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Students registered with UM's Office for Disability Equity may request alternative formats for their textbooks through Central IT's Accessible Technology Services.

To request a consultation from IT regarding technology (computers, classroom technology, signage, etc.)

Submit a request to add or update staff access to student success technologies (Starfish, DegreeWorks, CyberBear for Faculty and Advisors).

Request for prospective undergraduate student data records

Hardware needs to be moved from one location to another, use this form if you or someone else is moving to a new location, or if hardware is being reassigned to a different location or new employee. Hardware may include computers (desktops & laptops), tablets (iPads & Surfaces), printers, and peripherals (monitors, mice, keyboards, speakers, etc.).

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.

The Optical Character Recognition (OCR) document converter service does not make documents accessible. It automatically converts individual image-based PDFs and images into text-based electronic documents.

JAWS (Job Access With Speech) is a screen reading program developed for Windows computer users whose vision loss prevents them from seeing screen content or navigating with a mouse.

Accessibility Review for Moodle/LTI integrations

University of Montana has an enterprise agreement for Zoom Technologies, a cloud-based product that provides remote conferencing, meeting and chat services.

Captioning is a verbatim rendering of the words, speech sounds and non-speech sounds that appear with the visual recording in synchronized fashion. Captioning makes it possible for people who are deaf or hard of hearing to access audio information.

Technology Partners is designed to form closer alliances between IT and individual departments on campus. Tech Partners is a strategically managed partnership between local technology support staff and central IT to increase the efficient and effective use of departmental computing resources.

IT provides document review and remediation services (to WCAG 2.0 Guidelines) for several different types of documents. Documents will be reviewed and remeditated for accessibility and an accessibility report will be given to the requestor. Documents will be reviewed and remediated on a first in/first out basis, with priority given to academic departments.

If you need help with an issue (malfunctioning hardware, software errors, password resets, classroom technology, etc.). If you cannot find answers in the Knowledge base or through a service request please submit a ticket.

Glean Note-taker (Formerly called Sonocent Audio Notetaker) is a cloud-based software that supports your note-taking educational endeavors and is available to ODE students with a note-taking accommodation.