Assistive Technology can help you study more effectively.
If you have difficulty planning your time, brainstorming your ideas for an essay, reading or writing, or preparing for a presentation then our Assistive Technology could make the tasks easier.
The Assistive Technology Centre (ATC)
The ATC is an open-access computer room for the use of students with a disability, specific learning difficulty, mental health needs or a long-term health condition.
All computers in the ATC have assistive software to support students to work effectively:
- Claro Software
- Dragon Naturally Speaking
A number of the computers have:
Currently there are exams taking place in the ATC, so access may be limited. During these times, the ATC Annexe will still be available for use.
For more information or queries, please contact LibraryInclusion (@gold.ac.uk) or come to the help desk.
Using the ATC
You must register with the Disability Service to use the ATC. Make an appointment with a Disability Adviser.
Then you can book the ATC online.
Training and help
For help with the ATC facilities, contact the Disability Service.
Download free assistive technology apps
Go to dnamatters.org to find free software for computers, tablets and phones you can use.