The Center for Students with Disabilities offers services, called CSDTech, that provide students with disabilities the opportunity to access learning technologies that aim to enhance overall success and independence.

Stop by today!

Students can stop by to meet with our CSDTech Team to explore a variety of software programs, apps, and other resources that can help build academic and life skills. Whatever it may be, we are here to support you in finding the right learning tools to meet your individual needs and learning styles. Students interested in learning more, can either stop by or set up an appointment by contacting the Tech Team at 860.486.2020 or by email at csdtech@uconn.edu.

*Certain technologies may only be available to students with a related approved accommodation.

Explore our website and find the assistive technology best suited for you. If you need assistance schedule an appointment or just stop by the CSD, We look forward to working with you!

Meet the CSDTech Team

Visit the CSDTech Team Contact & Hours page to see walk-in hours.

Lor, Amanda

Amanda
Lor

Robinson, Amy

Amy
Robinson

Kuperstein, Meridith

Meridith
Kuperstein

Butler-Waitkus, Kelsey

Kelsey
Butler-Waitkus

Kuhn, Nancy

Nancy
Kuhn

 

CSDTech Blog

Managing Anxiety with Meditation

Everyone has their own way of relaxing, and it is important to find what best works for you. A great option is downloading an app! If you like to play games on your phone, you could try the app Zen Sand. The objective is to get the flowing sand into the vases using bamboo sticks. […]

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Read and Write Fact Folder

When you write a research paper, does your bookmark bar in your browser ever look like this? Just a list of links and page titles. Collecting the information, without a doubt is the easiest step. The hardest will be going back through all these pages, rereading, quoting, citing, collecting images, paraphrasing–shall I go on? However, […]

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Time Management Tips and Apps

Apps+Tips on Time Management

Cardinal Rule of Time Management: “Always carry around pocket work” Adapted Hopper, Carolyn H. 2016. Practicing College Learning Strategies, 7th ed. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. Have you ever felt like there was not enough time in the day to finish your work? One way to get the most out of your day is to make use of the […]

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If you have questions regarding CSDTech services, please contact Alyssa Marinaccio, Assistive Technology Coordinator, at (860) 486-2020 or csdtech@uconn.edu.

CSDTech Case Statement