Adaptive Technology Center
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The Adaptive Technology Center (ATC) is a campus resource for students that are registered with MTSU's Disability & Access Center (DAC). We are here to provide alternative formats of print material, adaptive hardware/software, and any other form of access via technology that is within our ability to offer.
Our lab is located on the first floor of Walker Library, room 174. If you are interested in our services but have not registered with DAC, their office is on the first floor of the Keathley University Center, room 107.
- Request a digital, braille, large print, or tactile form of your book or print material
- Borrow adaptive computer and audio equipment from the ATC
- Request a free installation of adaptive software (Kurzweil, JAWS, ZoomText, etc.)
In the ATC we have six accessible workstations, each with a full suite of adaptive software. We also have an 80 cell refreshable braille display, two desktop video magnifiers, and high contrast keyboards available at select computers.
Fortunately, students are not limited to the computers in the ATC for accessibility. Adaptive technologies can be found at the following locations:
- Business and Aerospace Building (BAS)
- Kirksey Old Main (KOM)
- McWherter Learning Resources Center (LRC)
- public areas in the James E. Walker Library (LIB)
Please note that each of these locations have separate posted hours of operation.
If you find that your classroom does not have the adaptive hardware or software that you need, please contact DAC (898-2783) to request that it be provided.
Activate the Play button below for an overview of the ATC by Jessica Miller, a former student. You will find more tour clips on the main section pages of our website.