Disabilities and Computing

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Disabilities and Computing Program

The responsibility for computer and information accessibility at UCLA is shared by campus computing facilities, information providers, and departments. Recognizing the need for a central coordinating unit for these access concerns, the Chancellor established the Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) in 1987 as a permanent campus-wide program based in UCLA’s Office of Information Technology. 

The mission of UCLA’s Disabilities and Computing Program at the Office of Information Technology is two-fold. The first goal is to facilitate the integration of adaptive computing technology into the areas of instruction, study, research, and employment at UCLA. The second goal is to make information – including electronic text and multimedia – accessible to all students, faculty and staff.

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