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The Assistive Technology (A.T.) Lab at Hutchins Library

A service of Berea College Disability & Accessibility Services (DAS)

Our Software Resources

The Assistive Technology (A.T.) Lab houses desktop computers that include multiple assistive software programs. These programs allow the user to access or convert a document, or navigate a computer or the internet. The Lab also have some resources that facilitate design, problem-solving, or brainstorming.

If you need assistance using any of the tools in the A.T. Lab, contact Channing Francis in Disability & Accessibility Services at channing.francis@berea.edu or (859) 985-3835.


 

Dragon Naturally SpeakingAn image of the logo for dragon naturally speaking

Uses:

  • Dictation and transcription
  • Vocal PC navigation

Disabilities Served:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Physical disabilities 

 


 

Window EyesAn image of the logo for Window Eyes

Uses:

  • Screen reader

Disabilities Served:

  • Visual impairments

 


 

ClaroRead SoftwareA image of the logo for Claro software

Uses:

  • Read text aloud

Disabilities Served:

  • Learning disabilities

 


 

Zoom TextAn image of the logo for Zoom Text

Uses:

  • Enlarge and Enhance screen
  • Read text aloud

Disabilities Served:

  • Physical disabilities
  • Visual impairments

 


 

Inspiration 9 SoftwareA image of the logo for Inspiration 9

Uses:

  • Mind mapping tools
  • Concept visualization
  • Planning and organization facilitation
  • Presentation creator

Disabilities Served:

  • Learning disabilities