The DSPS Accessible Computer Labs are designed for students with disabilities, and is open to ALL City College students, regardless of ability. The DSPS Accessible Computer lab offers FREE non-credit instruction/training in adaptive computer software and/or hardware and tutorial software for the development of academic, vocational and daily living skills. We offer computer-assisted instruction in Internet, email, business software, basic skills and cognitive development. To use the ACL Lab, students are required to complete a non-credit enrollment form in which our ACL staff will be assisting.
The DSPS Accessible Computer lab is a quiet place with PCs & iMacs, and computer software such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Adobe CS5 Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver & QuarkXpress,typing programs, remedial skill-building programs and more.
The DSPS Accessible Computer Lab supports a variety of assistive computer technology applications. Learn how to use assistive technologies:
Adaptive computer applications are intended to assist students in meeting their academic objectives and support their learning needs to complete assignments for mainstream classes in a low distraction environment.
Access the link, Adaptive-Assistive Technology Resources, for further information on computer assistive software and hardware for people with disabilities.