Students With Disabilities
Assistive Listening Devices are located in the Learning Resources Center/Library to assist individuals having difficulty hearing the lecturer in a classroom setting. Instructors may check out these devices in the AudioVisual area of the LRC.
Electronic Copyboard may be used by faculty who would like to make a copy of their notes from an electronic copyboard to provide to students in the classroom setting.
Real-time interns can be scheduled in classes for students with disabilities which prevent them from taking class notes. Laptop computers will be used by the interns to provide students with a verbatim paper copy of the lecture. Volunteer classroom notetakers are also used for students needing this service.
Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD) provides telephone service for hearing- or speech-impaired individuals. TDD's are located in Employment Services, Student Development area, and Learning Resources Center/Library.
Assistive software available in the LRC-- (Schedule training/demonstrations at the Tutoring Desk, on the first floor of the Learning Resources Center/Library, 405-733-7417.)
- JAWS for Windows is a screen reader designed to assist blind or low-vision students.
- Zoom Text Xtra is a screen enlargement software for low-vision students.
- Dragon NaturallySpeaking is for voice-activated computer usage.
- WYNN is a program designed to help students read text and increase comprehension.
Anyone interested in more information concerning services for students with disabilities may call 405-733-7407 or come by the Learning Resources Center/Library, Room 125, and talk with the Counselor for Students with Disabilities.