A statement of support

A statement to students from the Office of the Dean

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Alternative & Augmentative Communication

Apps & Mobile Technology

Computer Access


Miller Hall

The Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center (E-ATRC) serves:

  • Education, healthcare and human services professionals-in-training at Woodring College of Education
  • Educators and other practicing professionals in the Northwest region of Washington
  • Families and other caregivers in the local community

The Center strives to:

  • Increase awareness about the range of technologies available to support individuals with diverse needs

  • Provide ‘hands-on’ experience and as-needed support with technology tools in order to  raise the comfort level of users

  • Build knowledge about available resources to support skills with existing and emerging technologies and related best practices

We look forward to forming additional collaborative connections throughout the Western Washington University campus and the community at large. 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 us.