Assistive technology services at IU

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Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC)

The Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) at Indiana University provide a wide range of services for qualifying students, faculty, and staff with disabilities, as well as comprehensive course accessibility evaluation, consulting, presentations, and training for the IU community.

Hardware, software, and alternate media

  • Common adaptive applications (Kurzweil 3000, JAWS, TextHelp Read&Write, and ZoomText) are available on all Windows workstations in the Student Technology Centers computer labs.
  • Software and hardware loaner program (available to students at no charge on a per semester basis; 30-day loans for faculty and staff)
    • Software to assist those with a range of impairments in reading, writing, and studying
    • Alternative input devices and ergonomic hardware solutions
    • Magnification equipment to assist those with vision impairment
  • Alternate media creation (available to students at no charge)
    • Accessible Microsoft Word files or ePubs
    • Zoned Kurzweil files for print impairments
    • Braille and tactile graphics for the vision impaired
    • Captions and transcripts for multimedia content
    • Video descriptions

More information

The ATAC serves all IU campuses. To learn more about these services, call the main office at 812-856-4112 for an appointment or email atac@iu.edu.

For more about specific offices on each campus, see ADA@IU.

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