Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center
The EATRC is closed for the Summer and will re-open in September.
The Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center (E-ATRC) is housed in Miller Hall 001 It is a 'hands-on' lending library and demonstration center, located in Woodring College of Education (WCE) on the campus of Western Washington University. The E-ATRC houses hundreds of low to high tech support tools.
The purpose of the EATRC is to increase awareness and use of assistive technologies in order to improve participation in life and increase access to learning for a wide range of individuals with diverse needs.
Assistive Technologies have historically been considered for individuals with complex disabilities. However, affordable AT options are now available to help meet the diverse needs of a wide range of individuals in our society, not just those with significant disabilities.
View the EATRC Lending Library to see some of the tools we have available.
- If prompted, enter library name wwueatrc; there is no password.
- Return items to MH 201A or 201D when the EATRC is closed
If you, your program, or your organization would like more information about the Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center and the application of Assistive Technology to your needs, please feel free to contact Natalie Newman.
Email Address (preferred)
- Natalie Newman
Western Washington University
516 High St MS 9040
Bellingham, WA 98225