The assistive technology lab was designed to be an ideal instructional environment. It incorporates several design features and instructional technology tools to increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning for both people with and without disabilities. A few of these features are listed below.
These tables are ADA accessible. They lab patrons to adjust the height of the table on the fly using a hand crank.
The lab was designed with raised flooring to minimize the cables on the floor which can cause a tripping hazard and damage to the cables. In addition, power outlets are positioned under the floor on 8-foot extensions to allow for flexibility.
A television is provided for the instructor to project both a PC and Macintosh computer onto a large screen for students to see the content of the class. The instructor can also connect their own laptop to the television if desired.