Resources for Faculty
Did you know that good notetaking skills can improve your grades at school, make you a better worker, and help you throughout your life?
A free notetaking course is now available, courtesy of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at R.I.T.
This free online training course will help anyone to learn effective notetaking skills. You can complete it in your own time. You will receive a certificate of completion when you're finished.
The Phoenix College Disability Resource Center (DRC), in conjunction with the campus technology office, provides adaptive computer software and hardware for students enrolled with the college. This adaptive technology (AT) is provided in various locations throughout the campus.
Some types of software include JAWS, ZoomText, Window Eyes, and Dragon Naturally Speaking.
Some types of hardware include visual enlargers, Sorensen Video Relay Service (SVRS), trackball mouse, audio recorders, RFB&D playback devices, and personal FM systems.
Encyclopedia of Disability
The Phoenix College Library has on file the Encyclopedia of Disability by Gary L. Albrecht. This is a 5 volume edition document that is very informative in relation to all disabilities. It is available as a reference resource in the library. To view the publisher's web page, please click here