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Accessibility at UC Davis

Offices of the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

Mrak Hall, Fifth Floor

University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

(530) 752-9466

Accessible computing technology takes many forms. It may be an oversized monitor allowing for enlarged text, an ergonomic mouse, or screen-reading software. Photo: CAT Lab, Room 163, Shields Library

Accessible Computing Technology

Access to technology is essential for students, faculty and staff. Most computer labs on the UC Davis campus are equipped with accessible and adaptable computer software and hardware. In addition, the Center for Accessible Technologies (CAT Lab) in Shields Library provides additional accessible work stations and adaptive technology.

Students with concerns or questions about adaptive technology should contact the SDC. Staff and faculty who need adaptive technology to perform the essential functions of their jobs should discuss those needs with their Department Chair or supervisor. Disability Management Services can provide additional assistance where adaptive technology is related to a request for reasonable accommodation.

Further information about accessible technology at UC Davis