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Assistive Technology -- Introduction and List of Accessibility Offices (redirected from Assistive Technology -- Introduction)

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Adaptive technology, more commonly known as assistive technology, refers to technological devices meant to improve functioning for individuals with disabilities. Implementation of assistive technology focuses on removing barriers and increasing accessibility to desired resources.  It includes the implementation of technical standards, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0.  An introduction to WCAG 2.0 can be found at Making Web Pages Accessible.

 

The CS-SIS Adaptive Technologies Committee maintains of a list of accessibility offices (or to the relevant informational pages) at ABA accredited law schools which may be found below. If the law school works through a University office, that office is listed even if the student submits the relevant paperwork to the law school.  In many (but not all) cases, this is an office specifically addressing the needs of disabled students.  Most (if not all) of the pages are targeted towards students who need accommodations, but many contain links to relevant information for faculty.  In some cases, the faculty member may need to contact a listed individual to find the necessary information. Very few of these pages contain any information targeted at non-instructional staff members.  In cases where there is no link available, a member of the law school's administration tasked with student issues (e.g., an Associate Dean for Student Services) is generally the appropriate contact.

 

Institutions

 

Akron

 

Alabama

 

Albany

 

American

 

Appalachian [no link available]

 

Arizona

 

Arizona Summit [no link available]

 

Arizona St.

 

Arkansas

 

Arkansas -- Little Rock

 

Atlanta's John Marshall Law School [no link available]

 

Ave Maria [no link available]

 

Baltimore

 

Barry

 

Baylor

 

Boston College

 

Boston U

 

BYU

 

Brooklyn [no link available]

 

UC-Berkeley

 

UC-Davis

 

UC-Hastings

 

UC-Irvine

 

UCLA

 

California Western

 

Campbell

 

Capital

 

Case Western Reserve

 

Catholic University of America

 

Chapman

 

Charleston

 

Charlotte

 

Chicago

 

Chicago-Kent

 

Cincinnati

 

CUNY

 

Cleveland- Marshall

 

Colorado

 

Columbia

 

UConn

 

Cornell

 

Creighton [no link available]

 

Dayton

 

Denver

 

DePaul

 

Detroit 

 

UDC

 

Drake

 

Drexel

 

Duke

 

Duquesne

 

Elon

 

Emory

 

Faulkner

 

Florida

 

Florida A&M

 

Florida Coastal

 

Florida International

 

Florida St

 

Fordham

 

George Mason

 

Georgetown

 

George Washington

 

Georgia

 

Georgia St

 

Golden Gate

 

Gonzaga

 

Hamline

 

Harvard

 

Hawaii

 

Hofstra

 

Houston

 

Howard [no link available]

 

Idaho

 

Illinois

 

Indiana- Bloomington

 

Indiana- Indianapolis

 

Inter-American

 

Iowa

 

Judge Advocate General [no link available]

 

Kansas

 

Kentucky

 

LaVerne

 

Liberty

 

Lewis and Clark

 

LSU

 

Louisville

 

Loyola- Chicago

 

Loyola-Los Angeles

 

Loyola-New Orleans

 

Maine

 

Marquette

 

Maryland

 

UMass

 

McGeorge

 

Memphis

 

Mercer

 

Miami

 

Michigan St

 

Michigan

 

Mississippi College

 

Mississippi

 

Missouri

 

Missouri- KC

 

Montana

 

Nebraska

 

UNLV 

 

New England

 

New Mexico

 

New Hampshire

 

New York Law School

 

NYU

 

North Carolina

 

North Carolina Central

 

North Dakota

 

Northeastern

 

Northern Illinois

 

Northern Kentucky

 

Northwestern

 

Notre Dame

 

Nova Southeastern

 

Ohio Northern

 

Ohio St.

 

Oklahoma

 

Oklahoma City

 

Oregon

 

Pace

 

Penn

 

Penn St.

 

Pepperdine

 

Pittsburgh

 

Pontifical Catholic [no link available]

 

Puerto Rico [no link available]

 

Quinnipiac

 

Regent

 

Richmond

 

Roger Williams

 

Rutgers- Camden

 

Rutgers- Newark

 

St. John's

 

St. Louis

 

St. Mary's

 

St. Thomas University (FL)

 

University of St. Thomas (MN)

 

Samford

 

San Diego

 

San Francisco

 

Santa Clara

 

Seattle

 

Seton Hall

 

South Carolina

 

South Dakota

 

Southern

 

Southern Cal

 

Southern Illinois

 

Southern Methodist

 

South Texas

 

Southwestern

 

Stanford

 

SUNY-Buffalo

 

Stetson

 

Suffolk

 

Syracuse

 

Temple

 

Tennessee

 

Texas

 

Texas Southern

 

Texas Tech

 

Texas Wesleyan

 

Thomas Jefferson

 

Thomas Cooley [no link available]

 

Toledo

 

Touro

 

Tulane

 

Tulsa

 

Utah

 

Valparaiso

 

Vanderbilt

 

Vermont

 

Villanova

 

Virginia

 

Wake Forest

 

Washburn

 

Washington and Lee

 

University of Washington

 

Washington University (St. Louis)

 

Wayne St.

 

Western New England

 

Western St.

 

West Virginia

 

Whittier

 

Widener

 

Willamette

 

William & Mary

 

William Mitchell

 

Wisconsin

 

Wyoming

 

Yale

 

Yeshiva

 

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Comments (1)

Answer Blip said

at 12:51 pm on Jan 22, 2010

Can you guys help us out by posting a link or just talking about it might help as well. We have a community of people looking for answers to their technology questions and not enough people to help answer their questions. http://www.answerblip.com/technology-information-reviews-and-news

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