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TCC Library: Accessibility

Software on all computers

ZoomText 9.1

  • ZoomText controls are available in the upper-left corner of the Windows logon screen so students can magnify the display while entering their username and password. However, these settings are not persistent.

  • Once logged on, students have to launch ZoomText again and configure it as desired. Again, the shortcut to launch ZoomText controls is in the upper-left corner. In this case, the settings should persist until log off.

  • Features: ZoomText can increase the size of all buttons, icons and text on the screen. It also lets you reverse the colors on screen (i.e. displaying light-colored text on a dark background). Finally, it will convert the text on the screen into synthesized speech.

TCC services for people with disabilities

TCC’s Access Services Office 

Building 7, near the Advising and Counseling Center


Accommodations depend on individual circumstance.

Equipment and furniture

Kurzweil Reader

  • The Reading Edge is in the Group Media Room.

  • The Kurzweil Reader is a device that scans documents, turns the scanned images into text and then outputs the text via Braille or synthesized speech.

 Adjustable Workstations

  • There are two adjustable computer workstations in the library. Both are located in the row of computers outside the CAL LAB (Room 7-2).

  • An electronic switch on the left-hand side of each desk will raise and lower the monitor, keyboard and mouse.

  • Students with disabilities have priority access to these two workstations, but other students are also allowed to use them. If you need to use one of these workstations and it's occupied by a non-disabled student, please notify a librarian.

  • If additional assistance is needed, please ask a librarian.

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