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Accessibility and the Adaptive Technology Centre

Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC), located in room 120, Stauffer Library, offering a range of services, computers, assistive devices, and specialized software that enable students with disabilities to read, write, research and study more effectively.

Library Accessibility Services

The ATC includes Library Accessibility Services, an Adaptive Technology Computer Lab, the Assistive Technology Support Office and quiet places for study.

The Adaptive Technology Centre contains technology and services that enable students with disabilities to study, research, and access library and course materials.

Queen's Student Accessibility Services

Queen's Student Accessibility Services

LaSalle Building

146 Stuart St, First Floor

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

Book an appointment today!

Phone: 613-533-6467
Fax: 613-533-6284

E-mail: accessibilityservices@queensu.ca

ATC Brochure

*This document is available in alternate formats upon request - please contact Michele Chittenden or Anne Newman

Adaptive Technology Centre

Adaptive Technology Centre

The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC) includes:

  • Library Accessibility Services
    The Library offers a range of services that enable students with disabilities to read, write, research and access library materials more effectively.
  • Adaptive Technology Lab and Support
    The Adaptive Technology Lab contains computers, assistive devices, quiet study space and specialized software.

Contact Us:

Please contact the ATC Coordinator, Michele Chittenden, in one of the following ways:

Location: Stauffer Library, Ground Floor, Room: 120b

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Feedback:

The Library is committed to advancing accessibility for persons with disabilities at Queen's University and we welcome your feedback. Let us know how we're doing.