Dorothy Broyles Assistive Technology Lab
The Dorothy Broyles Assistive Technology Lab provides access to assistive technology to the ISU community, including access to screen readers, scanners, optical character recognition (OCR) software, and much more. It is a safe haven and resource for the members of the ISU community with disabilities. For more information about the lab, please see this article.
The lab owes its existence to Dorothy Broyles. It was made possible by an extraordinarily generous donation from her estate. It honors her memory, continues her legacy, and spreads her mission throughout ISU.
The lab provides the following software and services:
- Scanning and OCR Software
- Alternative-Input Devices
- Large-Screen Devices
Students, faculty, and staff can use the lab under the following policies:
- Users must obtain authorization from Disability Services to use the lab.
- Users are granted key-card access to the lab for use during Rendezvous Complex hours.
- Users agree not to remove Disability Services equipment or software without written authorization.
- Users agree to use the lab's equipment respectfully and appropriately.
- The testing room is monitored at all times by security cameras with audio pick-up. These cameras may record.
Any questions or concerns should be directed to Disability Services at (208) 282-3599.