The CSULB Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) works to improve accessibility policies and practices. The ATI website contains key resources to assist you in meeting accessibilty compliance requirements:
The Bob Murphy Access Center supports students with disabilities through a wide range of programs:
- Autism Services: The LIFE Project (Learning Independence for Empowerment)
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Support Services
- Learning Disability Program
- Workability IV Career & Job Placement Program
- Event accessibility, including real-time captioning and ASL interpreting
The Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) Center, part of the Bob Murphy Access Center (BMAC), is a technology and accessibility resource for students, faculty, and staff focusing on:
- Supporting faculty in creating accessible instructional materials.
- Providing accommodations for students' diverse needs.
- Offering an open assistive technology computer lab for students.
Procurement Services reviews for accessibility compliance before new technology can be obtained or purchased. Examples of technology requiring approval includes:
- Copiers/printers, kiosks, desktop and portable computers
- Instructional equipment and applications
- Video and multimedia products, software, operating systems, web applications
The CSU's Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) recognizes that technology accessibility is an institution-wide responsibility. Their website contains resources to assist the CSU campuses in achieving this goal and includes:
- Resources and training for accessible websites, procurement and instructional materials
- ATI Communities of Practice (CSU staff only)
- System-wide Blackboard Ally implementation process (CSU staff only)