What is Assistive Technology?
Assistive technology (AT) is an umbrella term for products that can assist people with disabilities to perform tasks more easily or independently. Students registered with Disability Services for Students (DSS) can meet with a professional staff member to discuss what types of AT they may be eligible for and receive training on how to utilize such products to access their curriculum.
Choosing the right AT to meet the educational needs of each student can be challenging therefore, DSS provides a range of available technologies - such as text-to-speech and speech-to-text software's, note-taking solutions, magnifying products, and iPads loaded with helpful apps for college students.
Communication methods for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing:
Assistive Technology Lab
229 Smith Hall
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
The Assistive Technology Lab is located in DSS, 229 Smith Hall and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm for independent student usage. Students who visit our lab will have access to workstations that are loaded with a variety of AT programs as well as other products and devices.
- Read&Write Gold
- Dragon Naturally Speaking (English/Spanish)
- ZoomText Keyboard
- ZoomTwix: scanner/reader, magnifier and flexible CCTV
- Eye-Pal Solo: reader and magnifier
Please note that the AT Lab may be closed periodically due to student testing. Please feel free to call (603) 862-2607 or stop by to check availability.
Classroom Assistive Listening Systems (ALS)
Classrooms equipped with ALS. The IT department keeps an updated list at the link below.