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Cognitive retraining software that can help users increase their brain’s potential by completing any of the following courses: Driving Rehabilitation, Auditory Rehabilitation, Visual Rehabilitation, Hemineglect Rehabilitation, Hearing in a crowded room, Driving with confidence, Efficiency for everyday tasks, Maximize alertness, Build skills for social situations, Lift the fog of chemobrain, Sharpen auditory processing, Tune up perception, Brain Injury survivor, etc.
Are you "brand new" to using the computer? Well, never fear. No matter how little or how much experience you have with computing, we can help you get comfortable with using these amazing machines.
Learn how to create an electronic "scrapbook" that visually showcases your skills and abilities to a potential employer. Think of it as a "show-and-tell" resume, which can help give job-seekers a competitive edge.
This is a speech recognition program in which the computer types what the user says into a microphone. It is helpful for students with mobility impairments, but also for those who tend to write better "out loud".
Create an email account and/or learn about features of your current DVC account. Set up email forwarding from DVC to your personal email.
This is a program that creates databases which can be manipulated in a variety of ways, including performing data filters, calculations, and much more.
Standard resume design and formatting, including setting margins, creating bulleted lists, line breaks, selecting fonts, etc.
Learn to use a web browser and conduct a specific search to get exactly the information you want.
JAWS is a powerful accessibility solution that reads information on your screen using synthesized speech. JAWS provides many useful keyboard commands that make it easier to use programs, edit documents, and read Web pages.
Whether you're brand new to typing on a computer or a pro, we have fun software programs that can help you improve your speed and accuracy. We also have two keyboarding programs specifically for individuals with visual impairments.
A program designed for individuals with visual impairments. You can scan materials in and have the computer read the information aloud.
Kurzweil 3000TM is a comprehensive reading, writing and learning software solution for any struggling reader, including individuals with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder or those who are English Language Learners.
These are two technologies that can enable you to take more effective and thorough notes, as well as convert your notes to digital files.
Microsoft Office 2019 has many features already built-in allow this suite of applications to be used more easily by users with specific needs. Learn how to utilize and customize these accessibility features.
Learn strategies for effectively using the internet to find employment that's right for you. Also learn to navigate the DVC online job board.
PowerPoint creates powerful visual presentations (like digital slideshows). Learn to create a basic presentation as well as how to add more complex features.
Also known by the names 'flash drive', 'jump drive', 'memory stick', etc. Learn how to save and open documents from this nifty little gadget.
Learn how to register for classes, check your financial aid status, and much more
Learn how to access your class webpage and use all the features within it.
Windows XP contains many features for visual, hearing, physical, and learning accommodations. In addition, the Accessibility Wizard combines several individual accessibility options to personalize the computer.
Learn basic work processing as well as advanced features to add sophistication to your documents.
A screen magnification program that allows users to customize cursors as well as enable a speech function that helps with screen navigation.
Student Assistants are available for drop-in to help. High Tech Center, SSC-250