If you are a DSP&S student, you have access to reserved labs on campus equipped with assistive technology software. Additionally, our office offers a variety of services including assistive technology devices loans and training on how to use them!
All workstations have a full suite of assistive software available to use if you are a DSP&S student. Available software includes:
- Dragon Naturally Speaking
- Jaws (Job Access with Speech) for Windows
- NVDA (Nonvisual Desktop Access)
- Kurzweil 3000 Literacy software
- ZoomText Screen Magnification
- LearningAlly Link
This lab is located on the second floor of the library where students with disabilities can use accessible computer technology. Before the lab, you will need to present a current AAP at the Circulation desk once each semester.
You can request that assistive technology be added to public access computers at PCC. Some of the available software includes, but is not limited to:
- Kurzweil (if not already installed)
- Read&Write; Gold (if not already installed)
- LearningAlly Link
To request specialized software on a computer, please email the following information to our Assistive Technology Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The room number and PCC station number.
The name of the software requested.
The ATC has assistive devices that can be checked out if you are an eligible DSP&S students. Available devices include:
- Laptops or tablets running assistive software
- Assistive listening devices
- Portable magnifiers
- Notetaking devices and digital recorders
Come to the Assistive Technology center (D-208) to borrow a device.
Need help with assistive technology? If you are a student with a disability and are in the DSP&S program, we offer individual and group training on various assistive technologies. To schedule a training, email the Assistive Technology Specialist at email@example.com or call (626)-585-7127. You may request a group training session by going to room D-209.