Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

What is assistive technology?

Assistive devices designed to facilitate your success as a student experiencing a disability.

For example, a computer with assistive software (ZoomText, JAWS, Read & Write Gold, Kurzweil) or voice-activated software (Dragon Naturally Speaking).

Is financial assistance available for assistive technology?

Please see our funding application checklist.

Grants for assistive technology and services

Where can I find accessible computer stations on campus?

The following stations on campus have Accessibility features:

G100 (Library)

G108 (Library)

T106 (START Lab)

All stations have Zoomtext, Kurzweil, and Read & Write Gold. The library also has a CCTV (magnifies printed pages on a monitor).

Some stations also have other features such as an ergonomic chair, adjustable computer desk, track-ball mouse, large monitor, scanner.

Campus maps

How do I get my textbooks in a different format?

 Process for obtaining alternative format textbooks



Talk to us about an accessibility concern at Mount Royal University