Equipment in Tech Lending

Hardware and software available for checkout at Tech Lending in Parks Library: 

  • Computers
  • Eye tracker
  • Video magnifiers
  • Speech recognition headsets
  • Screen reading software
  • Accessible browser plugins
  • Virtual reality headsets
  • Accessible gaming equipment
  • Braille display
  • Wearable keyboard and mouse
  • And more


The Digital Accessibility team offers several services to campus departments, programs and units. 

Accessibility Audits

The Digital Accessibility team works in collaboration with Procurement Services on enterprise level software audits for university purchasing. For accessibility review purposes, the team reviews the software’s Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR), or accessibility information provided within the Higher Education Community Vendor Assessment Toolkit (HECVAT) lite. The team also completes manual accessibility testing of the product using assistive technologies for review of compliance with WCAG 2.1 AA.

Campus Consultation

The Digital Accessibility team provides consultation on the creation of digitally accessible course material and campus resources. Our team also works to develop digital accessibility resources, expand and facilitate campuswide Digital Accessibility training courses, and provide college-level and departmental training.

Request a Digital Accessibility Consultation

Research and Grants

The Digital Accessibility team collaborates with faculty and staff on grants pertaining to advancing digital accessibility efforts. Such grants can include making games accessible, gaming controller mapping and adaptive gaming considerations among others.

User Experience Testing and Research

The Digital Accessibility team has expertise with many UX process, assistive technology and design methods. Team members can design user interfaces, websites, apps, games and other digital products or work with campus teams on best practices for including digital accessibility from the beginning of a project.


To contact the Digital Accessibility team, please email You can also view the Digital Accessibility Microsoft Teams channel for university faculty, staff, and students.