Assistive Technology LabS
The Assistive Technology Labs (ATL) are adaptive labs geared toward providing equal access to electronic information for faculty, staff, and students with documented disabilities. If you have a particular need, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with the Office of Disability Services to explore options and solutions.
East Campus Assistive Technology Lab (Room 1204)
Carrier Library Assistive Technology Lab (Room 119)
Hours of Operation:
The labs are available for use anytime the libraries are open for operation.
Student Use of the ATLab
- Register with the Office of Disability Services (ODS).
- Your JAC card will be activated to allow you access to the AT labs after you register with ODS.
- AT Labs are not designed for group work. If you need Assistive Technology for a group, please contact ODS to discuss options.
- Please keep noise to a minimum. The labs are small.
- Some of the computers have specialized software installed that is specific to those with visual impairments and/or learning disabilities. Please be considerate of the amount of time you spend on the computer.
- The ATLab is for you please remove your belongings and trash when you leave.
- Please note: Abuse or disregard of the above conditions may result in loss of use of the lab.
Faculty & Staff Use of the ATLab
Faculty and staff desiring to use the ATLab should contact the Office of Disability Services. Depending upon the need, access or other resources may be provided.
- 2 Dell Optiplex GX1 computers
- 1 Power Mac G3
- 1 HP Scanner
- 1 HP Laser Printer
Screen Reader Software
Low Vision Software
Scanning & Reading Software
- Low-vision magnifier
- Height adjustable computer tables
- Ergonomic chairs
ATLab Orientation & Training
To set up an appointment to discuss your individual technology access needs and training on the software, please contact Disability Services at: (540) 568-6705. Peer Mentors will provide support in working with assistive technology.
Please visit JMU Computing Support & Lab Services for information regarding the general labs on campus.