Assistive Technology Assessments, Training, and Support Mason Captions! Assistive Technology Labs Captioning and Audio Description Creating Accessible Documents Webinars and Presentations

Assistive Technology Assessments, Training, and Support

The ATI Office offers assistive technology assessments, training, and support to all Mason students, staff, and faculty.

Mason Captions!

Learn about our post-production captioning and transcription cooperative purchasing agreements!

Assistive Technology Labs

Assistive Technology workstations are available at all library locations.

 

Captioning and Audio Description

The ATI office will add captions and audio description to your instructional and/or web-based videos. This service is free to all Mason faculty and staff.

Creating Accessible Documents

Learn how to create accessible documents (Word, PPT, and PDF).

Webinars and Presentations

Review the ATI’s archive of assistive technology and accessibility webinars and presentations!

About Us

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Computer IconWhether you have a disability or not, the ATI is committed to ensuring equivalent access to all information and communications technology (ICT) resources on our campuses. We provide direct assistive technology assessment, training, and support services to individuals with disabilities in the Mason community who require immediate technology solutions. We also work closely with our campus strategic partners to develop and implement a broad, comprehensive ICT accessibility plan. Contact Us for more information!

 

ATI Services

 


What’s New for Spring 2020

GLEAN by Sonocent!

 

An Accessible Notetaking Option for Mason Students

Frustrated with your current notetaking solution? Get GLEAN by Sonocent! GLEAN is a new web-based notetaking solution for students who prefer a combination of audio-recording and typing out their notes. It is also available on mobile devices.

 

Watch the Getting Started video below to learn more.

Want to learn more? Contact the ATI Office for more information!

 

Spring ’20 Update

Transitioning to Online Instruction

The following resources have been put in place to aid faculty and staff with the development of accessible and usable instructional resources. They are as follows:

For more information, visit the Accessibility Resources page!