Assistive stations are wheelchair-accessible and have
specialized software in addition to the standard academic
Current UB students, faculty and staff may log into Assistive
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JAWS is a screen reader for popular software programs such as Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking is an assistive technology program that allows users to interact with a Windows-based PC using audio commands.
ZoomText is a screen magnifier and screen reader which allows users to see and hear everything that appears on the computer's screen.
Use UB's most popular software from your own computer with My
Virtual Computing Lab.
1. If the computing site has a print service counter,
report the problem there.
2. If there is no print service counter, contact the
Public Sites team:
3. You may also contact the CIT Help Desk:
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