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.

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Hardware, software, and alternate media

  • Common adaptive applications (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 without fee 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 without fee)
    • Accessible Microsoft Word files or ePubs
    • Braille and tactile graphics for the visually impaired
    • Captions and transcripts for multimedia content
    • Video descriptions

Learn more

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

For more about specific offices on each campus, see ADA at Indiana University.

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