Inclusive Technology Lab
Study and Research 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 on the first floor of the Library.
- Support is available to learn how to make the most of the technology available.
- The Inclusive Technology Lab is a partnership between the Library and the Disability Resource Centre.
Location and Contact
- Located in LIB 101, just inside the first set of doors to to the Library
- the door requires a keycard and has an accessibility button on both sides
- Open during UBC Okanagan Library Hours
- Email: email@example.com
How do I get access to the Inclusive Technology Lab?
Keycards are borrowed, so you will need to have a UBCcard before you can receive your keycard.
How do I borrow assistive technology?
Visit the Library Service Desk, present your UBCcard, and fill out a Technology Borrowing Agreement form (once per year). The loan period is 7 days and can be extended to the end of the term.
The Inclusive Technology Lab in LIB 101 includes:
- 6 Dell workstations that have the standard campus student computer template, plus the following assistive software programs: Dragon Naturally Speaking, Read Write, Kurzweil, Inspiration and Scrivner
- 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:
- 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