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A VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template), is a standard format for vendors to report the accessibility of their products.
Some technology products are exempt from the 508 requirements for accessibility, or you may request an exception. See these requirements.
Use these criteria to ensure the accessibility of a software you intend to purchase.
An EEAAP describes how the institution will provide "equally effective alternative access" to information or services provided by a technology that is less accessible or not accessible to students with disabilities. This article explains the process.
Closed captioning benefits, resources and how-tos.
Connect your macOS device to the Virtual Computing Lab; open and save files.
Connect your Windows device to the Virtual Computing Lab; open and save files.
Available software and tools.
Computational software used in scientific, engineering and mathematical fields and other areas of technical computing.
This cloud-based tool extends on-campus security settings to your computer when off campus and protects against malicious content like phishing scams, fraudulent websites, malware, spyware and ransomware.
Amos is a special purpose statistical add-on software package that estimates structural equation models (SEM) for manifest and latent variables. Its point-and-click interface makes it easy to learn and use, but a fairly high level of statistical sophistication is required to take advantage of all features.
NVivo is used for qualitative and mixed-methods research and assists you with organization and analysis of non-numerical or unstructured data.
SPSS is a software package used to edit and analyze interactive, batched or statistical analysis. This software is used for the management and statistical analysis of social science data as well as health sciences and marketing.
This general-purpose statistical software package is designed for easy interactive use. Minitab is well suited for instructional applications, but is also powerful enough to be used as a primary tool for analyzing research data.
MATLab allows engineers and data scientists to work with large amounts of data in a variety of formats such as sensor, image, video, telemetry, databases and more.