Accessible computers equipped with specialized hardware and software are located at each site campus. Students with disabilities can effectively interact with the computer and in the classroom setting using the Assistive/Adaptive Technology (AT) listed tools below.
If you would like to learn more about our AT resources and/or receive training, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Phonic Ear Sprite System Assistive Listening Device (ALD)
- Large LCD monitors
- Betacom VisAble VideoTelescope
- Clarity AF TravelViewer Video Magnifier
- Enhanced Vision Systems MaxPort portable CCTV
- Thomas Brailler embosser with Duxbury Braille Translator (DBT)
- Optelec ClearView Closed-Circuit TeleVision (CCTV) Video Magnifiers
- Kensington Trackball input devices
- Sony 4-track cassette players
- Victor Reader Wave & Vibe DAISY/MP3/AudioPlus players
- Victor Reader Stream DAISY/MP3 digital media players (with external CD drive option)
- Scanners for OCR and document processing
- Ergonomic/Natural keyboards (Microsoft, Belkin)
- Frogpad one-handed keyboard
- TypeWell real-time transcription system
- ZoomText screen magnifier/reader
- JAWS (Job Access With Speech) for Windows screen reader
- Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred voice-recognition
- Kurzweil 1000 scan/read/OCR/document conversion system
- Dancing Dots Goodfeel-Sharpeye2-Lime music braille transcription system
Disability Services provides training and assistance in utilizing these resources and will work quickly to investigate and resolve accessibility issues.