About Assistive Technology
Assistive Technology offers a variety of tools to assist Berkeley instructors and students who require adaptive or assistive technology for teaching and learning including assistive listening technology, ADA computers + software and alt.media conversion.
Assistive Technology is a part of the effort seeking to allow our services to be accessible to all students, faculty and staff using our online systems, computer facilities, and general assignment classrooms on the UC Berkeley
Disabled Students' Program: The Disabled Students Program (DSP) coordinates technology-related disability accommodations and services for UC Berkeley students, including mp3 streaming for live-transcription.
Disability Access & Compliance: Disability Access & Compliance (DAC) connects the UC Berkeley community with the resources, training, evaluative tools, and services that support equal access to students, staff, faculty, and visitors with disabilities to participate in university-sponsored non-course-related programs or activities.
Disability Management Services: University Health Services Tang Center offers consultations for staff needing disability accommodations at work.
UC Berkeley Web Accessibility Team: The Web Accessibility team, in IST's Architecture, Platform and Integration department, assists UC Berkeley departments in making campus websites accessible to people with disabilities, and helping departments adhere to the UC Information Technology Accessibility Policy.
Moffitt Library Media Resources Center: MRC offers captioning services for DSP students needing accommodation. Students should talk to their DSP Specialist for more information. Departments may also request captioning for faculty materials on a recharge basis. Please contact Gisèle Tanasse (email@example.com) for more information. Additionally, the Association of Research Libraries maintains a great reference for captioning resources.