Answered By: Reference and Research Desk Last Updated: Mar 28, 2018 Views: 9
The Library has an assistive technology workstation, which provides the following software applications for students with disabilities:
ZoomText: Allows a student to increase the magnification of a website on the computer and has voice read-back.
JAWS: Allows the student to listen to a voice that describes each word on the screen to help the student navigate a display page, text and the web.
Kurzweil: Allows a student to load text that they have to a digital copy that will read it back to them one word at a time.
For assistance with this workstation, please visit the Research Help desk.
Please also visit the Fred Smithers Centre for Students with Disabilities for numerous additional resources.