What is the Disabilities and Computing Program
The Disabilities and Computing Program (DCP) is one of UCLA’s resources for students, faculty and staff with disabilities. The responsibility for adaptive computing and information access is shared by the Office for Students with Disabilities, the DCP, campus computing facilities, information providers, and departments.
The DCP provides a variety of services, including web accessibility evaluations, adaptive software and hardware training, a laptop loaner program, technology purchase recommendations, alternate formats for text, and departmental and individual consultations.
For more information, go to: www.dcp.ucla.edu