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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.

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.
JAWS is a screen reader for those with vision loss that works with popular software programs such as Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer.
Use your voice to create and edit documents or emails, launch applications, open files, control your mouse and more.
ZoomText is a screen magnifier that enlarges and enhances everything on your computer screen.
Find assistive stations on both the North and South campuses.

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