Jennifer Bradley is the contact for Assistive Technology for Students.
Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi has a large selection of assistive technology available to students, including but not limited to:
Text placed under the machine appears magnified on the monitor.
Works with a PC to provide access to today’s software applications and the Internet. With its internal software speech synthesizer and the computer’s sound card, information from the screen is read aloud, providing technology to access a wide variety of information.
If you have a Mac or PC running Windows 7 or Windows 10 that is connected to the Internet, you can use Kurzweil 3000 web edition to read your e-texts from home. Download and install the software from this link, then contact Jennifer Bradley for a username and password to access Kurzweil 3000 web edition.
Designed for people with low-vision, ZoomText Xtra and magic feature synchronized magnification and screen reading capabilities.
Assistive Technology Lab - 119 Corpus Christi Hall
Contact Jennifer Bradley at 361.825.3376. The lab is closed M-F between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Equipped with an oversized book flatbed scanner and a high speed sheet-fed document scanner.
Jaws screenreading software
Kurzweil 3000— Web Edition
ZoomText Magnifier/Reader software
Zoomtext Large print Keyboards
Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition software
CCTV with text to speech
Smartview 360 CCTV with rotating camera
Comfort Contego Assistive Listening System (FM)
Oticon Amigo FM Systems
Ubi Duo 2 Communication Device
Portable Induction Loop
Note Talker Software
Assorted Digital recorders
Assorted alternative pointing devices (mice, trackballs, etc.)
Assorted alternative keyboards
Braillant Refreshable Braille Display
Please ask if you don't see a device listed
116 Corpus Christi Hall. By appointment only—361.825.2259
Smartview 360 CCTV
Dragon Naturally Speaking
Jaws Screen Reading Software
Telesensory Color CCTV
Kurzweil 3000 Web Edition
Jaws screenreading software
Equipped with Scanners
NVDA screenreading software
ZoomText Magnification Software
Center for Instruction Room 222: Kurzweil and ZoomText are installed on specific computers.
Center for Instruction Room 223: ZoomText is installed on a specific computer (labeled).
Corpus Christi Hall Room 224: ZoomText Magnifier is installed on a specific computer (labeled). Kurzweil 3000 is installed on all of the computers. Zoomtext is also installed on the computer right outside of room 224.
Corpus Christi Hall Room 230: Jaws 11 is installed on a specific computer. ZoomText is installed on another computer (labeled).
Corpus Christi Hall Room 210: ZoomText is installed on a specific computer (labeled).
O'Connor Hall - Zoomtext Magnifier v. 10 is available in all of the School of Business computer labs in rooms 240, 241, 242 (Open Lab), and 243.
If you would like adaptive software to be installed in a specific location, please contact Jennifer Bradley at 361-825-3376 to make arrangements. To install ZoomText in a specific classroom, please submit a ticket to IT Help Desk.