The Technology Success Center (TSC) is part of the Disabled Students Programs & Services Dept. and offers live training and support for DSPS students and the facility that support them. Crafton Hills College is committed to Universal Design, and helping students, staff and faculty access the most effective technology available for achieving their goals. Students, staff and faculty who receive training here learn to utilize various assistive technology programs and subsequently mainstream to computer labs throughout the campus where many of the same applications are provided, ensuring equal access.
Located on the second floor of the Clock Tower Building, the TSC utilizes the latest assistive technology software and hardware, with twenty-five accessible stations and a trained staff.
In addition to our direct work with students, staff and faculty, we serve as a campus resource on all issues related to universal design and assistive technology access and technology ergonomics. We provide:
- Individual and small group training in assistive technology to all Crafton Hills College students, staff and faculty.
- Access to assistive technology for DSPS students academic work.
Assistive Technology Training & Workshops
- Note Taking Applications and Software
- Text-to-Speech Software
- Speech-to-Text & Voice Dictation Software
- Echo Smart-Pens
- C-Pen Reader Scan Pens
- Mobile Applications
- Study Skills Software
- Closed Captioning
- Canvas Accessibility
- Office 365 Software
- Kurzweil 3000 Software
- Read & Write Software