ITS maintains licenses for screen reader and magnification software as part of their provision of assistive technology to U-M faculty, staff, and students. The U-M community can now use ITS’s license to access JAWS, ZoomText, and Fusion on their U-M-owned and personal Windows computers in addition to public Sites computers.
Chapter 2 of the ITS LinkedIn Newsletter, Interns Telling Stories, by Adria Shines, Yu-Jin Choi and Josephine Anderson in collaboration with Kat Hanchon, Daki Ravinder and Achaia Murphy went live at noon today. The new chapter features an interview about the the Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team with Director Brock Palen and a piece on U-M’s WiFi networks.… Read More »
John “JJ” Jahn, a project engineer lead with LSA Technology Services, firmly believes in continuing education for audiovisual (AV) people on campus. That’s why he asked the Michigan IT AV Technology Community of Practice in May if there was interest in a course to prepare for the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA) Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) professional… Read More »