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Disability Resource Center: Helping to ensure equal access to the University's educational, social, and cultural opportunities

Adaptive Equipment Lab

Located in Stevenson Hall, the Disability Resource Center's Adaptive Computer Lab and Learning Disabilities Lab assists the University in providing access to computing facilities for students with disabilities. General, multi-purpose labs are situated in various locations across campus, and provide a variety of access to users with disabilities. In addition to adaptive hardware and software, limited training and instruction are provided to students who wish to learn to use these technologies.

Computer hardware/software currently available in the labs or elsewhere in the Disability Resource Center includes:

    • Computers & Scanners
    • Internet
    • Intellikeys Adaptive Keyboard
    • Orbit Trackball Mouse
    • Open Book Ruby
    • Kurzweil 3000 (full program)
    • Kurzweil Read Only Stations
    • Kurzweil Reading Machine
    • Naturally Speaking (Dragon Dictate) Screen Reader
    • Jaws Screen Reader
    • Zoom Text Screen Magnifier
    • CCTV's (Aladdins, Merlin, Optalec)Black & White and Color
    • Tape Recorders
    • TTY phone
    • Ovac (Portable CCTV)
    • Jordy Head Mounted CCTV
    • Quicklook

    If you are a University of Louisville student with a disability and would like to learn more about the available facilities please call the DRC at 852-6938.

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