RACC has a range of adaptive technology available for use by students with disabilities. The Adaptive Technology Specialist is a member of our team who is available to train students on how to use the technology to support learning needs.
Examples of adaptive technology that may be available for use by students with disabilities include:
- Text-to-speech software: Kurzweil 1000 or 3000
- Textbooks in an alternate, electronic format to be used with text-to-speech software
- Dragon Naturally Speaking speech-to-text software
- Hand-held spell checkers
- Digital recorders
- FM listening systems
- Text enlarging tools, including hand-held and full-page magnifiers
- Inspiration visual mapping software
- Rollerball mouse
- One-handed keyboards (R or L)
Additional adaptive technology may be available on an as-needed basis.