Consultation Services

As our University moves toward a Model of Inclusive Excellence, our office strives to be the campus and community resource in the area of creating  welcoming, inclusive, equitable learning environments through the use of technology.  The Access Technology Center (ATC) is available to provide consultation to MSU’s faculty , staff and community members to include consultation, training, and resources.  ATC is the model resource for the creation of inclusive course design (utilizing universal design principles and technology), online course materials and the structure of online courses.  ATC consulting, utilizing technology, also includes creative approaches to resolve barriers to full participation of the University’s programs and services.

The Access Technology Center is happy to provide consultation services to faculty, staff, and students in addition to the surrounding community. Individuals interested in learning more about what software and equipment is available to individuals with disabilities should contact the ATC. Individuals interested in getting some hands-on experience and training with the technology options are welcome to setup a time to come by the office.

For additional information, please contact:

Megan Shadrick
Associate Director Disability Resource Center-Access Technology Center
417-836-4275
meganshadrick@missouristate.edu