UND's General Purpose labs www.und.edu/dept/itss/labinfo.html in the Memorial Union, lower level and Chester Fritz library, 3rd floor, have the following Assistive Technology installed
- textHELP Read and Write
- Adjustable table
- Large monitor
The computer with assistive technology software is designated by a sign.
Disability Services for Students, 190 McCannel Hall
- FM Systems (documentation of disability required in
order to check out).
Assistive technology software may also be installed on departmental computers for
student use. Contact DSS for details.
For a demonstration of assistive technology software or equipment, call DSS to
make an appointment (701-777-3425).
- JAWS http://www.freedomscientific.com/products/fs/jaws-product-page.asp - screen reader.
-Voices everything on the computer, including icons and text.
- ZoomText www.aisquared.com– screen magnifier.
-Enlarges everything on the screen.
-Also voices text.
-Organizes information visually.
- ReadPlease www.readplease.com -reading software.
-Free download and inexpensive
- textHELP Read and Write www.texthelp.com -reading and
-Advanced spell checker
-Corrects words automatically.
-Voice recognition (prints what is spoken
on the screen)
- FM System- amplification device.
-Transmits speaker’s voice into student’s
ear piece. -FM conference micro-phone transmits
group discussion into student’s ear piece.
IPAT (Interagency Program for Assistive Technology) www.ndipat.org