ATS-Tested Software Inventory

About the Inventory

All software, hardware and systems purchased must be accessible and must produce accessible products.  Accessible, in this context, means compatible with assistive technology.   Examples of software, hardware and systems include, but are not limited to, learning and content management systems, library and email systems, and administrative management systems such as finance, registration and human resources, and all software, hardware and software services used for student services.  Software includes freeware, shareware, desktop, enterprise, subscription and remotely-hosted options.  Software that is accessed through a web-browser must also be accessible.

A list of currently purchased software that has been tested for accessibility compliance at University of Montana is available for viewing below. The listing only includes software that has been given either conditional or approved status.

Accessible Technology Services provides a Software Accessibility Vocabulary Listing to assist with your understanding of software status types and software testing definitions.

Questions? Please contact Accessible Technology Services at 406-243-5362.

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IT provides electronic and information technology (EIT) review to help departments meet requirements of UM's Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility policy. Accessible Technology Services provides software and hardware review as part of Procurement along with a variety of other reviews to ensure that documents, instructional materials, media, software, hardware, computing systems and websites meet accessibility requirements.