For those who need adaptive technologies the Dibner Adaptive Computing room offers a variety of hardware and software.
Regular, on-going users should be registered with the University’s Moses Center for Student Accessibility.
The room is located on the southeast side of floor 3 and is accessible via elevators on the ground floor of the 5 Metrotech building.
Available software includes:
- Kurzweil 1000 - reads books and other print materials aloud
- CCTV - closed circuit enlargement of print materials
- JAWS - allows users to listen to the contents of the computer’s screen
- ZoomText - magnification and screen reading
- Dragon Naturally Speaking - allows users to dictate, rather than type
The Adaptive Computing Rooms Usage Policy and Guidelines (Google Doc) has more details about lab access.
- Wheelchair accessible
- PC (1)
- Flatbed & book scanner (1)