Educational technology support, equipment, furniture, maintenance services and access management for general use classrooms and facilities.
UW-IT Classroom Technology & Events provides educational technology support, equipment, furniture, maintenance services and access management for general use classrooms and facilities. Service includes maintaining audiovisual systems, computer equipment and furniture, ADA accommodation support, educational technology support, lecture capture support, classroom computer support, equipment tutorials, equipment loans, delivery of portable AV equipment and providing keys for access to buildings, rooms and equipment.
A cloud-based, campus-wide, lecture capture and presentation recording
Tegrity is a cloud-based, lecture capture and presentation recording service that allows for easy recording and reviewing of courses, lectures and presentations. Tegrity is designed to make the lecture capture process easy. Recordings in Tegrity are viewable on most browsers and mobile devices.
UW faculty; UW staff; UW students; UW researchers; Anyone with a UW NetID.
<p>7/27/12 Greg is making some style edits to the SharePoint entry today. Mary added this entry to Drupal to prepare for content. Tammy will add to Drupal once Greg is finished. I added "Tegrity" as the URL path name, but should it be LectureCapture instead?</p>
<p>11/9/12: added Teaching and Learning category; added that to this service ~ MM</p>
Computer hardware and software for people with disabilities
Access technology allows people with disabilities to use computer hardware and software. Examples include text-to-speech, keyboard/mouse alternatives, speech-to-text, refreshable and embossed Braille, writing tools, and more. The Access Technology Center (ATC) on the UW Seattle Campus provides a venue for using, testing, and evaluating this technology. Students, faculty, or staff drop in, call, or send email for information on accommodations for access to hardware, software, or online resources.
<p>This service was previously named Access Technology Lab (ATL); change effective June 28, 2010 (upon move to new location).</p>
<p>2/17/12: Revision of Service Description.</p>
<p>6/11/13: Minor revisions.</p>
<p>6/20/13: Additional revisions.<br />
Braille and alternative text production for students with print disabilities
The Access Technology Center (ATC) can emboss Word or HTML files for campus members who need conversion of academic or other UW-related material in Braille format. Tactile graphics production is provided in some circumstances. We provide equipment and expertise in assisting production of accessible academic materials for UW students and work closely with the Disability Resources for Students (DRS) office in providing this alternative text service.
Immediate (automated) response to email requests. Most materials available for pickup within two (2) business days. Projects that are extremely long (over 200 Braille pages) or containing graphics to be created in tactile format will take longer.
This service is included in the Technology Recharge Fee. There is no charge for UW affiliates; cost-recovery charges may apply for work performed for other institutions.
This service is primarily used by Disability Resources for Students (DRS) and academic departments needing accessible materials for their students. The service is also used by Disability Services Office (DSO) as requested and as needed for faculty, staff, and UW visitors. This service is primarily available to UW affiliates; however, occasional work is performed for other Washington state higher education institutions on a fee basis.
Service Level Description:
Immediate (automated) response to email requests. Most materials available for pickup within two (2) business days. Projects that are extremely long (over 200 Braille pages) or containing graphics to be created in tactile format will take longer. Braille translation is performed with automated translation software. No editing of content will be performed by ATC without prior arrangement.
Conducts projects and produces resources promoting the use of accessible technology in teaching, learning, and research
The international DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking & Technology) Center offers programs and resources that promote the success of individuals with disabilities in college and careers and the use of IT as an empowering tool. Its rich collection of online resources include those that help:
Web developers and online learning designers ensure their content is accessible to the widest audience
postsecondary faculty and staff ensure that their courses and services are welcoming and accessible to students with disabilities
students with disabilities gain self-advocacy skills and successfully transition from high school to college, from community college to four-year institutions, and from educational settings to employment
Resources can be used by the general public, both nationally and internationally. Eligibility for specific program offers is specified on the website.