Assistive technology are tools which can be used to overcome disabilities and learning difficulties which may be barrier to your educational success. These tools can help with reading, studying, taking notes in class, and being more focused on your work.
Assistive technology can range from our day-to-day devices such as phones and computers, or even older electronics like voice recorders. In this guide, we will overview different tools that can help you in several areas: Reading, writing, as well as tools for organization and studying. We'll also provide information on how to gain access funding for technology, as well as free resources through NSCC.
To find out more about free reading/literacy support software programs available to NSCC students, please check out the Literacy Support Software guide.