Accessibility Services offers multiple assistive technology options for students.
Assistive Technology Assessments and Trainings
Students have the option of meeting with the Access Specialist for a one-on-one conversation. During this time, students review areas of challenge, generate AT learning goals, and receive training on AT that may be supportive to meet those goals. In addition to one-on-one training, students are provided with written instructional guides for reference, covering the AT reviewed. AT may include text-to-speech reading options, speech-to-text writing options, notetaking options, alternative listening devices, alternative text, and much more.
Available Assistive Technology
Accessibility Services has many assistive technology options available including:
- Height-adjustable and standing desks
- Audio amplifiers and FM systems
- Screen readers and text-to-speech technologies
- Speech-to-text and voice control technologies
- Colored Paper
- Ergonomic keyboards and mice
- Large print keyboards
- Thought-mapping organization software
- Color overlays
- Smart Pens (demonstration only)
- Video Magnifiers
Students registered with Accessibility Services are welcome to use assistive technology available in our Assistive Technology (AT) Lab. Technology includes voice recognition, speech-to-text, text-to-speech, screen reading, mind-mapping software, color adjustment, screen enlargement, height-adjustable desks, and more.
Located in Accessibility Services A130 at Centennial Campus