The College provides students with access to the following assistive technology and tools.
Great for all subjects and lesson plans, Read&Write helps students understand, learn and express themselves with confidence. Read&Write offers support with everyday tasks like reading text out loud, understanding unfamiliar words, researching assignments and proofing written work. Learn more about Read&Write Gold
Learning Ally provides struggling readers with equitable access to the books they want to read and the content they need to read. With the largest library of human-read audiobooks and a suite of educator tools and resources, students become engaged, Independent learners. Learn more about Learning Ally
With Bookshare, people with reading barriers can customize their experience to suit their learning styles and find virtually any book they need for school, work, or the joy of reading. Learn more about Bookshare
The AccessText Network is a conduit between the publishing world and colleges and universities across the country, with a shared mission to ensure students with disabilities have equal access to their textbooks in an electronic format and in a timely manner. Learn more about Access Text
Smart Pens and Audio Recorders are available in the Access Services office. Students with documented disabilities are encouraged to borrow them and try them out in the classroom setting.