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Queen's University

Adaptive Technology


ITServices, in partnership with the Library, provides those needing adaptive technology with access to hardware and software that enables them to use computer and web-based systems. The University has a license agreement for JAWS, which is an MS Windows screen reader that "speaks" content displayed on the screen to the user.


Getting Started



Students, staff, and faculty members at Queen's.

The Library offers adaptive technology labs in several locations.


Additional Information


Adaptive Technology Database:

  • Adaptive computer software and hardware is often expensive, but there is a remarkable selection of free and inexpensive options available to computer users with disabilities. Adaptech Research Network expanded its online database of free and inexpensive adaptive technology.

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Help & Support


Brad Murphy


Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6 613.533.2000