One Adaptive Technology Workstation is located in the Information Commons and priority is given to UWB and Cascadia students who can also reserve it for 2-hour periods of time (call 425-352-5340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org). It is equipped with a Windows computer with the following additional hardware:
It has the standard Information Commons Student workstation software plus the following Accessibility software:
Additional accessible technology at the UWB/CC Campus Library:
There are workstations marked for wheelchair priority access with height-adjustable surfaces located throughout the Library. An ergonomic keyboard is available for checkout for use in the Library. 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.
Additional Information on Accessibility for users of the UWB/CC Campus:
The Campus Library has an Adaptive Technology Workstation that is equipped with an Acrobat CCTV magnifier. This workstation can also be reserved by current students of UWB or Cascadia who require its specialized equipment.
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