Assistive Technology and Alternate Media Lab

The Assistive Technology & Alternate Media Lab provides access to computer technology for students with a variety of physical and learning disabilities.
This is accomplished through the application of specially adapted hardware and software. The lab provides support, technology, and training that creates equal access and integration by students into the world of technology. The lab is located in the 2000 Building (Campus Center), Room 2004.

Hours:

Spring and Fall Semester hours are: Monday - Friday 8:00-4:30 

Summer Semester hours are: Monday - Thursday 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:30

Please call (530) 242-7833 with any questions.

 

Printing Policy  

All student printing in the Assistive Technology Lab is now consistent with the other labs on campus (Library, Writing Center, and the Math/Business Learning Center) in that it cost ten cents per page.  Printing in the lab uses the same system so that any money that you have loaded on your account for the other labs also works in the DSPS Assistive Technology Lab.  To add funds to your account or to create an account, you will need to go to the Library or the new Tutoring Center in the 700 building.