​​Educational Technology

Technology is a key pillar in the support provided to students with disabilities.  The main focus of technology support is to enable students to use technology to become more independent in their learning.

The Disability Office runs an intensive Technology Transition Programme in the Assistive Technology Centre to show students how to use technology to overcome some of the challenges they face when starting in college.  The full Technology Transition Programme has concluded for this semester but student can continue to book themselves in for refresher training sessions with the Assistive Technology Centre team. Below you can find information and resources on the range of technologies that can help students with their learning. 

Students with specific technology requirements can also be referred for an individual AT assessment.  Your Disability Advisor can make an appointment for you if required.

With extensive training taking place in the Assistive Technology Centre, the PC's in the ATC are not available for general usage and no printing facilities are available. The closest public access computer rooms (PACR's) are in the Arts Building or in the Library.