Answered By: Bob Flatley
Last Updated: May 20, 2015     Views: 67

The Assistive Technology Center is a mini-lab on the 2nd floor of the library (RL207) for students with disabilities.  It has ZoomText, Jaws, Wynn Wizard and other programs installed.  There are also two Closed Circuit TVs to enlarge images.  The Center is open whenever the library is open.  If a student with disabilities needs to use a computer and they are all occupied please come to RL203 and request assistance.  We will ask that a computer be made available.

We do not have Dragon Naturally Speaking (although ZoomText and Jaws are similar screen readers).

If you have questions, please contact Joanne Bucks - or 610-683-4158 - if you need assistance or have questions.

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    by Bob Flatley on Sep 30, 2011.

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