Located in 111 Stevenson Hall, the Disability Resource Center's Computer 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. For a list of adaptive equipment located elsewhere on campus, visit the library's Adaptive Equipment page. 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 lab or elsewhere in the Disability Resource Center includes:
- Internet access
- Intellikeys Adaptive Keyboard
- Orbit Trackball Mouse
- Read & Write text-to-speech software
- Dragon Naturally Speaking voice-to-text software
- Jaws screen reading software
- Zoom Text screen magnification software
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.
The Disability Resource Center currently has a site license of Read & Write text-to-speech software which allows members of the University of Louisville community to install the software on their home or personal computers. Contact us for more information on how to gain access to this software. (Note: Software access is not limited to students who use the DRC.)