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Training Available from the Adaptive Technology Access Advisor


Training is presented in a modular format and are goals based. Each module is separated into tasks. The student must demonstrate a mastery of a task before proceeding to the next. In some cases modules require mastery of a prerequisite module.

These trainings are intended to allow the student to be proficient at a basic level with the software. They are not extensive and in depth software training courses.

Students requiring training beyond what is offered here, should look to the university's extensive computer training available from ITC and the Knight Library.


Using Windows XP and JAWS


Using Windows XP and Naturally Speaking


Brief operational trainings are also available for:

  1. ZoomText
  2. Open Book
  3. WYNN Reader

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This site is maintained by James Bailey, the university's Adaptive Technology Access Adviser. Updated: 12/04