Jane Berliss-Vincent is the Assistive Technology Manager for U-M. Her responsibilities include oversight of the Knox Center Adaptive Technology Computer Site (2064 Shapiro Library), where she provides information and demonstrations of hardware and software that make computer use easier or help with academic activities such as reading, writing, and notetaking. She also participates on campus teams addressing accessibility for Google Apps and other widely distributed programs. Jane is a 1986 graduate of the U-M School of Information; at that time, she worked with Jim Knox on the first computer accessibility implementations at the University. She is the author of Implementing Cost-Effective Assistive Computer Technology (Neal-Schuman, 2011) and Making the Library Accessible for All (Rowman and Littlefield, 2014). To make an appointment, please contact the Assistive Technology team at Sites.Knox@umich.edu.