Location & Contact
Krug Hall Room 102
The Assistive Technology Lab is a computer and video conferencing lab sponsored by the Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities. It consist of 23 Laptop computers (running Windows 7). There are also four designated AT stations (One Macintosh and four Windows 7 machines). The lab also has many high-tech instructional tools including 3 Large wall mounted Flat screen monitors, document camera and Tandberg Video conferencing cameras.
The lab is designed to support both students who are pursuing degrees in the area of assistive technology and students and employees with disabilities at George Mason University. The five accessible desktop stations are located around the perimeter of the lab on adjustable height computer tables to accommodate for faculty, staff, and students in wheelchairs. Each stations is designed to meet the needs of a particular functional disability area.
Accessible Computer Stations (organized by Disability Type):
- Alternative Keyboard Access
- Alternative Mouse Access
- Switch Access
- Voice Recognition
- Screen Enlargement
- Document Scanning & Reading
- Screen Reading & Braille Production
Cognitive Impairment/Learning Disabilities
- Talking Word Processors, Graphic Organizers