Student Disability Services uses assistive technology as one way to remove barriers to learning. Please see the following list of resources.
Kurzweil 3000 is a program that enables conversion of print to electronic text which can be read to the user. The program also offers a variety of study skills tools to make learning easier. Currently, Kurzweil 3000 runs under Windows® 98 SE, ME®, 2000, XP®.
You write, and your smartpen records your words - linking all that you hear to everything you write. Simply tap on the page to play back your recordings.
JAWS offers comprehensive screen reading capability that includes extended product customization through powerful utility managers.
Dragon Speech Recognition software gives you complete voice control of your digital world.
Other Assistive Technology
Adaptive equipment and software