SPC has a diverse community of learners, all with their own learning needs. This guide is a list of publically-available programs and applications for online learners that was put together by the Office of Accessible Education at Stanford University. This is not an official list of SPC-supported technology by any means, and should only be used as a reference to help you in your online educational journey.Assistive Technology (AT) means any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve an individual’s functioning and independence, thereby promoting their well-being.
The links below take you to a list of resources that can help you read, consume, listen, watch, and learn what is in your courses more effectively, based on your needs.
Text to Speech & Literacy Support Tools (Tools that let you speak and your words will be typed onto a page.)
Writing Support Tools (Tools that help you write better and more clearly.)
Executive Functioning: Time/Task Management Tools (Tools that help you organize your time and studying.)
Accessible Screen Readers (Programs that ready the screen to you.)
Open Access Textbooks and Literature (Sites where you can find free books and textbooks.)