An adaptive technology workstation with added accessibility hardware and software is available on the first floor of the Campus Library in the Information Commons. Priority is given to UWB and CC students.
Several computer workstations marked for wheelchair priority access with height-adjustable surfaces are located in the Information Commons, on the first floor of the the library.
Several electric height-adjustable work surfaces marked for wheelchair priority access are located throughout the library building, on all three floors.
Ergonomic USB keyboard - Designed to reduce or mitigate the repetitive stress injuries that using a keyboard may do to your hands, wrists, and shoulders after years of daily use.
Ergonomic USB mouse - Designed to limit or eliminate movements that have been known to cause repetitive strain injuries or aggravate these in people who already suffer from them.
Large-Print / High-contrast USB keyboard - The large type and high contrast of these keyboards assist individuals with low vision by reducing eye strain. These keyboards also make typing easier for those with limited fine motor skills by eliminating multi-function keys.
Large trackball USB mouse - Trackball mice are highly useful tools for those with dexterity and fine motor skill impairments, including carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis. This mouse allows people to use differing or fewer muscles in their hands and wrists.
Pocket Hearing Loop - This small personal amplifier is for one-on-one communications, and can be used at a service desk, when walking with a person to the stacks, or in a library classroom. Pocket loops are like a “focused headset”.
Portable Lapboard - Can be placed on the lap or across the arms of a wheelchair or mobility scooter. Lapboards effectively provide a desktop space for a mouse and keyboard (or laptop) while improving reach and comfort for individuals with whom using a standard desk is impractical.
For printing, the color printer, and one of the black&white printers in the Information Commons are configured to be accessible. Help with printing is available at the Computing Help Desk on the first floor of the Library. More information about printing in the Campus Library can be found on the Technology Resources: Printing page.
Phone: 425-352-5340 (Voice & Relay)
Campus Location: LB1, located in the middle of campus, across from the Bookstore
Mailing Address: UWB/CC Campus Library, 18225 Campus Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011
Comments and suggestions regarding the Accessibility Guide are welcome and can be submitted through the online feedback form*.
*Submissions to the Library’s anonymous feedback form are reviewed by the Director, the Head of Public Services, Head of Collections & Course Support Services, and the Budget & Operations Administrator. Comments are forwarded to other library and campus staff if the content is relevant to their work.
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Land Acknowledgment: The University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College Campus Library occupies Land that has been inhabited by Indigenous Peoples since time immemorial. Specifically, this campus is located on Sammamish Land from which settler colonists forcibly removed Coast Salish Peoples to reservations in the mid-19th century. Today, descendants of the Sammamish are members of several Coast Salish communities.