What is in the assistive technology booths?
Students registered with Learning Support, Disability and Mental Health Services who have specific needs may also be registered to use the four dedicated Assistive Technology booths in the main library. The booths have the following software and equipment:
- Matte screen
- Optical disc drive
- High contrast keyboard
- Standard mouse
- Trackball or ergonomic mouse
- Headset with microphone
- Dragon Naturally Speaking (speech recognition software)
- Pearl Scanner with Open Book
- Viewplus Spot Dot Emprint Braille embosser
- Dolphin EasyConverter
Some assistive technology is available on all University computer cluster PCs. To gain access to the full suite, you must be registered with Learning Support, Disability and Mental Health Services and ask your keyworker.
The University cluster computers also have some assistive software that is available to all students. For more information and a list of available technology, see the LSDMH Assistive Technology page.