Inclusive Technology Lab
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Inclusive Technology Lab is closed.
Research and Study with Assistive Technology
- The Inclusive Technology Lab provides students with six assistive technology workstations, a distraction-reduced study space, and an accessible group study space.
- Assistive technology can be borrowed from the Library Service Desk, located centrally on the first floor of the Library. Please note that some technology requires an orientation before it can be borrowed.
- Peer and professional support is available to provide orientations and instruction on how to make the most of the technology available.
Location and Contact
- Located in LIB 101, just inside the first set of doors to to the UBC Okanagan Library.
- Open during UBC Okanagan Library Hours
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I get access to the Inclusive Technology Lab?
Register with the Disability Resource Centre, and ask for an ITL referral.
Email email@example.com to meet with the ITL coordinator.
The Inclusive Technology Lab in LIB 101 includes:
- 6 Dell workstations with assistive software
- 2 Epson Perfection V600 scanners and 1 printer
- A variety of ergonomic chairs and adjustable height workstations
- 6 study carrels in a distraction-reduced study space
Visit the Library Service Desk to borrow:
Orientation required, email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
- Dell Laptops with assistive software
- Livescribe pens
- Digital recorders
- Reader pens
- Colour portable digital magnifier
Electronic Accessories & Headphones
- Logitech H390 USB Headsets with microphone
- Noise cancelling earmuffs
- Portable CD/DVD player
- External speakers
- Listen Display Receivers with Headphones
The Inclusive Technology Lab (ITL) Advisory Council is a group of students, researchers and university staff with an interest assistive technology to support students and for research purposes. The council advises the Library on how to best direct and evaluate the initiatives of the ITL with collaboration and innovation in mind.
The ITL Advisory Council seeks broad membership from across the University. Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and other campus departmental representatives are encouraged to join the council. Contact Barbara Sobol, Undergraduate Services Librarian, at email@example.com if you are interested in participating. The ITL Advisory Council meets twice annually.
Recent meeting notes are posted below.
- 2020 Winter Meeting Notes (PDF)
- 2019 Fall Meeting Notes (PDF)