Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

For Students

The University computer clusters offer assistive technology software which may be very helpful to students with disabilities. See the list of Assistive Technology software on computer clusters .

However, if ...

  • The ICT support you require is not available in your faculty or department.
  • You require a needs assessment for ICT equipment for a Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) application.
  • You require training in the assistive software you have received from your DSA award.

Please contact the Disability Service.

Note: Needs assessments and software training are carried out by IT Training (ITS) staff but you must first book an assessment session through the Disability Service.

 

For staff

A range of assistive technology software is available for staff on the IT Services Standard Staff Desktop (SSD). See list of installed Assistive Technology software .