DSPS has adaptive technology/equipment available to help provide
equal access for students inside the classroom and on campus.
Equipment Available for Student Check-out
Click for SmartPen Information – an all-inclusive pen that allows you to write, record the lecture and play back the recording.
Click for William Sound Systems Information- Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) that amplifies the sound of the instructor’s voice through a personal transmitter and receiver
Portable Magnifiers- an electric portable handheld device that increases the size of print on a document
Spell checker- an electronic portable pocket dictionary that will assist in spelling and defining works
Talking Calculator- a full functional calculator that voices all keystrokes/calculations
Digital Recorders – a portable device that allows students to record and play back recorded lectures.
Have you checked out a digital recorder from DSPS and need some help using it? Below you find some quick references on basic usage.
Sony IC Recorder ICD-PX333 -
Video tutorials - How to make a recording, please CLICK HERE.
Video tutorials - How to erase a recording, please CLICK HERE.
Video tutorials - How to play back a recording, please CLICK HERE.
Video tutorials - How to transfer files a recording, please CLICK HERE.
Philips Voicetracer 7675 -
Adaptive Office Technology/Equipment
Adaptive Keyboards- DSPS has a variety of keyboards to meet the need of students including large print and color contrasting for better visual access
Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) - modifies documents through a screen magnification to adjust to students’ individual needs. This can include magnification and color contrast in several different colors.
High Tech Center (HTC) – Computers that are equip with specialized software
Noise Reduction Headphones – assists in providing a distraction reduced environment during testing
If you have any questions or concerns regarding