What adaptive technology services are available at IU?
Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Centers (IUB and IUPUI)
The Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) at Indiana University Bloomington and IUPUI provide a wide range of services for qualifying students, faculty, and staff with disabilities, as well as comprehensive accessibility evaluation and consulting services for the IU community.
Adaptive Educational Services (IUPUI)
At IUPUI, Adaptive Educational Services (AES) assists students with disabilities in reaching their educational goals by working to make campus life and learning accessible.
TDD and TTY resources
TDD (Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf) and TTY (Teletypewriter) telephone numbers are available for some services at Indiana University.
For specific information, see IU TDD and TTY numbers.UITS, with assistance from SBC, provides TTY/TDD devices on public pay telephones at IUPUI in several locations.
For more, see Public pay telephones with TTY/TDD devices at IUPUI.
Most IUB Student Technology Centers are wheelchair accessible; for a complete list, see STC ADA Enabled Labs.
At IUPUI, all STCs are wheelchair accessible. For a list of IUPUI building codes and locations, see IUPUI campus map.
Last modified on September 10, 2012.