Student Open Lab


The AIM Center has an open computer lab that provides students with disabilities a wide range of assistive and non-assistive technology software and hardware. The Center also provides a study room in the University Library’s lower level area for students with disabilities to access during library hours.

The Center is equipped with thirteen (13) computer stations, three (3) of which are raised and nine (9) that are standard. Raised stations are designed for students with visual and mobility limitations and are equipped with Close Circuit Television (CCTVs). All thirteen (13) computer stations are equipped with the following software:
  • JAWS (screen reader)
  • Zoom Text (screen enlargement software)
  • Word Q (word prediction software)
  • Kurzweil 3000 (text to speech reading software)
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS)
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • MiniTab 18

One Macintosh “MAC” station, equipped with following software:

  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Kurzweil 3000
  • Adobe Creative Suite

Study Room

The study room for students with disabilities is located in the library LL-13. The room is equipped with two (2) computer stations, two (2) CCTV's, and a computer desk for students to access with their devices.

  • JAWS (screen reader)
  • Zoom Text (screen enlargement software)
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Kurzweil 3000 (text to speech reading software)
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking (speech to text software)

 

In order to access the study room University Library’s lower level area, students registered with BMAC will need to bring a referral form from the BMAC office along with their student identification card to the AIM Center to receive a personal access code to gain entry into the room.