We are pleased to announce the availability of a room in the Williams library where we provide access to assistive technology.
- Do you learn better by listening or by reading?
- Is it easier for you to dictate than to type?
- Would it be easier to proofread your documents by listening to them read back to you?
What if you don’t know the answer to any of these questions?
The Law Library and the Office of the Dean of Students are launching a new service to let members of the law center community use two unique productivity tools:
- Dragon Naturally Speaking: A program that transcribes dictation, reads back your text, and allows users to control the computer using voice commands.
- Kurzweil Educational System: A web-based program which allows the user to listen to text, either electronic or scanned printed information.
Both products are available in Room 111 of the E.B.Williams Law Library, and installed on a dedicated computer.
To try either system, simply reserve the room online and go to the Williams library circulation desk to borrow the headset and instruction sheet that will help you get started. When not being used for assistive technology, this room, EBW 111, is still available for group study purposes.