Many people get used to using computers a certain way without realizing how many options there really are. So many of us have learning preferences, or learning differences that make some ways of interacting with information more efficient than other ways.
Whether you have a hard time reading print onscreen, or have a hard time typing, there are options to help make the process go more smoothly.
There are training materials, handouts, and downloads that can improve the user experience for a wide range of people.
Tips and Tricks for Computer Users include:
- Making the most of mainstream options - Operating System Adjustments and Adobe Reader Preferences
- Specialized tools - Voice recognition and talking pointers or scan and read programs
- Using freeware and opensource tools
Assistive Technology and Adaptive Computing information as well as individualized advice is available from Disability Support Services
Workshops are offered every semester that are free and open to the community!