Assistive Technology Locations

Assistive Technology Locations/Features


Information Technology's General Purpose Computer Lab in the Library, LIB G-149

This lab offers 8 accessible workstations. Signs on the stations indicate that disabled students have priority on use of the stations. In the absence of a disabled user, a user who needs the scanner has first priority on these workstations. Each workstation has these features:

  • Textbook and document reader (Kurzweil 3000)
  • Screen magnifying software (ZoomText)
  • Headphones available for checkout
  • On 5 of the 10 machines
    • Height adjustable desk
    • Oversized monitor
    • Document/Image Scanner

The lab also offers a document camera magnifier.

Public Computer Area, ERC 2nd Floor near Reference Desk. One of this area's workstations is designed to be accessible to users having mobility impairments:

  • Access to the workstation is restricted. Obtain the password from the reference librarian on duty.
  • The table is manually adjustable. If you need assistance making necessary adjustments, notify the reference librarian on duty.
  • The display offers high contrast and magnification.

Bibliographic Instruction Room, ERC 4th Floor

  • The classroom offers one power table.
  • With prior notice, one or more displays can be set for high contrast and magnification.

Center for Learning & Academic Support Services (CLASS), SCC 1102

  • One workstation offering Kurzweil

Features: Kurzweil-Zoomtext Deployment

  • WH 160 Computer Lab (5)
  • WH 440 Academic Affairs (6)
  • LIB C-108 Instructional Media Distribution (Kurzweil Only - 1)
  • LIB C-121 Instructional Media System (1)
  • LIB C-111 Breakout Rooms (1)
  • LIB C-510 Center for Teaching and Learning (1)
  • Library 2nd Floor (2) w/ Optelec (video magnifier)
  • SCC 1-148 DSS (1) w/ Optelec

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