Adaptive Technology Centre


Adaptive Technology Centre

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The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC)

The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC), located in room 120, Stauffer Library, offers a range of services, computers, assistive devices, specialized software, and quiet study space.

The ATC includes Library Accessibility Services, an Adaptive Technology Lab, the Office of the Adaptive Technologist, and the Office of the Accessibility Coordinator.

To obtain access to the Adaptive Technology Lab, students must first be registered at the Queen's Student Accessibility Services Office, Mitchell Hall, Union Street. The Lab is for the use of students with disabilities and their assistants. Students may obtain their own access card, from the office of the Adaptive Technologist, for use during the academic year.

  • the adaptive technology centre sign in stauffer
    The ATC Welcomes You!   We are located on the ground floor of Stauffer Library.
  • the waiting area inside the A T C entrance
    Please come inside to our offices and find out how we can help you and explore our services.
  • a row of the computer workstations in the A T C lab
    Our computer lab has many adaptive technologies available to students with disabilities.
  • a book of braille
    The Library Accessibility Services can provide accessible formats like Braille, e-text, large print etc.
  • loungearea and printer station of the A T C
    Want to use your own laptop? You can use your laptop or just sit and read in the ATC computer lab.
  • the high speed scanner workstation
    Use our high speed scanning workstation. A time saver when scanning material for text-to-speech technology.

Download the REVISED Adaptive Technology Centre brochure to read more about available facilities and services.

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

Accessibility Statement

Queen’s University Library is committed to an inclusive community with accessible goods, services, and facilities that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.  Queen’s University is committed to an inclusive campus community with accessible goods, services, and facilities that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities. All our website information and/or documents are available in an accessible format or with appropriate communication supports upon request.  For more information, please contact the ATC Coordinator, Michele Chittenden.