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Assistive Stations

Assistive stations are wheelchair-accessible and have specialized software in addition to the standard academic software.

Current UB students, faculty and staff may log into Assistive stations.

8/21/15
Assistive Stations contain a base set of productivity tools available on Cybrary Stations to handle most computing needs, and a special set of accesibility tools.
12/12/14
JAWS is a screen reader for those with vision loss that works with popular software programs such as Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer.
11/6/15
Use your voice to create and edit documents or emails, launch applications, open files, control your mouse and more.
8/21/15
ZoomText is a screen magnifier that enlarges and enhances everything on your computer screen.
8/29/16
Find assistive stations on both the North and South campuses.

Still need help?

Don't know your UBITName or password? Call 716-645-3542, visit one of our two walk-in locations, or send a message.

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