AdaptiveTechnology

 

Student Disability Services offers a variety of adaptive technologies available for students.  The aids on this page may be available for your use.

Assistive Listening Devices

  • Equipment that makes auditory information accessible to those with hearing loss.

Braille Embosser

  • Allows printing of text documents in Braille for visually impaired students.

Services for Web Based Videos

  • Transcriptions for web based videos (youtube).

Dragon Naturally Speaking

  • This is a voice recognition software that will allow you to “type” by speaking into a microphone.

Livescribe Pen

  • Livescribe Pen allows students to record a lecture while handwriting class notes. The notes are then electronically transferred to the student’s computer for later review.

Screen Readers

  • We offer access and training to a variety of screen reading software programs, which can make reading material more accessible.  

A variety of assistance with mobile technology applications for both iPad and Android Tablets.


And more!

If you would like additional information, please contact Dan Williams at dwilliams@ithaca.edu or
607 274-1315.




Alternative Text Format

Electronic text, also known as e-text, is any material that is useable by computers.  Publishers are now required to provide electronic files of textbooks and related materials to college and universities.

Click here to read the Ithaca College policy on Alternative Format Services.
Click here to print out and submit a paper copy to 110 Towers Concourse. 

 

If you would like additional information, please contact Dan Williams at dwilliams@ithaca.edu or
607 274-1315.