What adaptive technology is typically provided to students with disabilities on postsecondary campuses?
A wide variety of hardware and software is available to students with disabilities on postsecondary campuses. Some schools provide it in an adaptive technology lab operated by the disabled student services office or the central computing organization. Often this area is integrated within a general access computing lab that is available to all students.
For an example of products provided in such a facility, consult Access Technology Center.
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