High Tech Center 


Located in Seco Hall, room 103, the High Tech Center Lab offers a wide variety of assistive technology to DSP&S students. Assistive Technology refers to the electronic means we are able to accommodate people with disabilities. Some of the adaptive software we currently provide in our lab is:
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking- a speech recognition program

 

  • JAWS- a screen reading software program

 

  • Kurzweil 1000 and 3000- programs that allow the user to scan and read printed materials

 

  • ZoomText- a screen magnification program

 

  • Inspiration - mind mapping program

 

  • Write: OutLoud - typing program that speaks and it types

 

  • Co:Writer - Word prediction software program
 
The High Tech Center Lab also has ergonomic hardware such as wave keyboards, trackball mice, wrist rests, document holders, and large screen monitors available.