Office of Information Technology, Boise State University, acknowledges that the current version of Perceptive Content, the desktop client and web version, Perceptive Experience, are not accessible.
Due to the nature of the tool (viewing scanned images), Perceptive Content is not accessible to those who are blind or have low vision.
Overall, the recommended accommodation for employees who require blind and low vision access technology will need to have the assistance of another individual to help navigate and access the documents stored within the Perceptive Content application.
Assistance may also be requested from their department’s Management Systems Coordinator or the Management Systems Coordinator/Department Manager for the department who owns the document/workflow. (Note, you must be signed in to myBoiseState to view the MSC contact list.)
For employees in an advisor role or a program coordinator role using the web version, Perceptive Experience, who require accommodations, contact Human Resource Services for information about employee disability accommodations.
For more information, contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357, firstname.lastname@example.org, chat, or Help Desk Self Service.