Angelo State University works to ensure that our students with disabilities have available to them the learning devices and resources they need to be successful in the classroom. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs if you have questions about any device or resource listed below.
Digital Recorders allows you to record lectures. This recorder has a maximum recording time of 1,073 hours and allows you to easily transfer files to your PC or Mac.
Dragon Naturally Speaking Software available for student checkout.
Go Mic by Samson is a portable USB microphone for recording class lectures.
Kubi is a telepresence robot that allows a student to look around remotely with 300 degrees of pan and 90 degrees of tilt to see and interact with teachers and other students through remote robotic control. Available for students to access classes remotely if physically unable to attend.
Laptop computers and webcams are available for checkout
Livescibe 4GB Echo SmartPen allows you to record up to 400 hours of audio or write thousands of pages of notes and store them. Play back information by tapping pen on a notepad. Notes can also be downloaded onto a computer.
Roger Pen is a discreet, wireless microphone that delivers speech-in-noise and over distance. The Roger Pen features adaptive wireless transmission, fully automated settings, wide-band audio Bluetooth for cell phone use, TV connectivity and an audio input for listening to multimedia.
Ruby Handheld Video Magnifier by Freedom Scientific is a hand-held video magnifier that lets you magnify printed text and objects at 2-14 times the object’s actual size.
Textbooks may be provided to students with a qualified disability in CD or E-Text format. Follow these steps to obtain accessible-format textbooks:
- Once you register for courses, get a list of your textbooks with the title, author, publisher, edition and ISBN Number for each book from the ASU Bookstore, either online or in the store. Textbook information can be obtained from professors or online in RamPort.
- Notify the Office of Student Affairs to request assistance in identifying books in an audio format. Some services used are Learning Ally, Bookshare and Access Text Network. Students may choose to apply for these memberships on their own, or, in some cases, membership may be provided through the Office of Student Affairs.
- The ASU Bookstore can provide books in an alternate format on some occasions. Feel free to contact the store directly at 325-942-2335 regarding alternate formats for textbooks.