University of Vermont

Universal Design Technology Lab (UDTL)

 

The Universal Design Technology Lab (UDTL) serves individuals with disabilities and specializes in assistive technologies that help with reading, writing, studying and information access. We provide services for students, faculty, and staff with the following disabilities: vision (blindness and low vision), mobility impairment, learning (dyslexia, ADHD, and others) and hearing loss.

UDTL Staff meet one on one with students and faculty to provide an introduction to adaptive and assistive technologies, basic training on hardware and software available at the lab, and accessible electronic resource and media consultation.

 

Mission

Making specific and diverse accommodations for students with unique learning needs.

Software

The UDTL offers a broad variety of software to meet a multitude of accommodation needs.

Braille Embossing

Screen Enlargement

Screen Readers

Text Enlargement

Text to Speech

Voice to Text

Writing & Reading Tools

Services

The UDTL Staff provide services to best meet your specific needs.

Universal Design Consultation

Computer updates

Note Taking Program

Electronic Books (eBooks)

 

Equipment

The UDTL has special equipment to serve your specific needs.

Computer stations

Braille embosser

Video Phone

CCTV - Clear View Video Magnifier

High-speed Scanner

Printer/Scanner

Contact Us!

Universal Design
Technology Lab

2nd floor of the Bailey-Howe Library

Contact person: Nick Ogrizovich

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

E-mail us!
Nick Ogrizovich
Call us! (802) 656-5537 or
65537 from campus

 

Last modified August 04 2011 10:57 AM

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