Assistive Technologies Center (ATC)

  • Hill Assistive Technologies Center with multiple workstations equipped with magnification cameras, microforms scanner, braille printers, and other equipment. It also houses cabinets of microform.
  • Hill Assistive Technologies Center with multiple workstations equipped with magnification cameras, microforms scanner, braille printers, and other equipment with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Hillsborough Street.

Building: D. H. Hill Jr. Library

Floor: First Floor, Tower

Rooms: 1209

The ATC has moved from Room G415 to Room 1209 due to the Hill Library renovation.

The Assistive Technologies Center (ATC) houses technologies to facilitate library research and alternate format access to library materials for users with a variety of vision, hearing, and/or mobility related disabilities.

Assistive Technologies in the ATC

Accessing the ATC

The ATC is available whenever the Hill Library is open, and no appointment is required.

The facility is kept locked for security reasons. Please ask staff at the entrance desk or the Ask Us desk for access.

Staff

Staff at the Ask Us center can provide general assistance in the use of ATC equipment and can help in selecting and using library resources. Library users who do not know how to operate independently the assistive technology in the ATC (particularly first-time users) can call in advance to schedule an appointment with a staff member (515-3364) for an orientation to the ATC.

Other Services for Users with Disabilities

For information about other library services for users with disabilities, see the Disability Services page.