Assistive Technology (AT) comes in many forms. The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) defines AT as products, equipment, and systems that enhance learning, working, and daily living for persons with disabilities. The lists below are a snapshot of some of the more useful computer programs we have found to date; they are available to anyone with the proper system requirements. Currently, the WSU Access Center provides access to Sonocent Audio Notetaker, LiveScribe Smartpens, and digital voice recorders for registered and approved students.
If you are registered with the Access Center and would like more information about Sonocent or LiveScribe please schedule an appointment with your Access Advisor.
Sonocent Audio Notetaker Workshops
Two sessions every Tuesday and Wednesday from 12 - 1 PM and 4 - 5 PM at the Access Center from now through February 5.
We will be available for any and all questions regarding Sonocent Audio Notetaker.
|PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Chrome||Capti Voice||$0 - $17.99|
|PC, Mac||Optimilia Studios||$0 - $11.99|
|PC, Mac, Browser extension||Natural Reader||$0 - $99.99+|
|PC||NextUp||$0 - $34.99|
|PC, Mac||Microsoft||Included in Microsoft Office|
|PC, Mac||Adobe||Included in Adobe Acrobat|