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.

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CSDTech Blog

10 Study and tech hacks for finals week

10 Studying and Tech Hacks for Finals Week

We have finally reached the last week of classes, which means final exams are right around the corner. On top of exams, there may still be projects and homework due (how can they be so cruel?). To help ease your worries, here are 10 studying hacks and tech tips for surviving the upcoming workload! Make a “cheat […]

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Pocket App

App of the Week: Pocket

As the name of the app suggests, Pocket is an application that is available on technology that fits in your pocket! Pocket is accessible on your phone, as well as on a tablet or computer. This app is somewhat similar to Pinterest, but rather than being used to save mostly pictures, it is used to […]

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

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