About the Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers
After realizing that many students with disabilities were not aware of the new hardware and software that was available for them, Margaret Londergan created the Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers in 1999. She envisioned a resource center at the University that would give students access to the tools they needed to achieve academic success.
"I chose to go into this line of work because I believe in the potential of every individual, and by providing adaptive technology, we maximize the opportunity for individuals to reach their potential," she said.
Today, there are two Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers:
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