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  • Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab
    Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab
  • Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab
    Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab
  • Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab
    Images of Students in the Assistive Technology Lab

Assistive Technology Lab

Overview

Welcome to the website for the Assistive Technology Lab at Texas A&M University-Commerce.  As a partnership between the Psychology, Counseling and Special Education Department, the Center for Information Technology Excellence, and Velma K. Waters Library, this unique facility features multiple examples of assistive technology specifically designed to empower individuals with disabilities and educate future teachers. The lab is located on the second floor of the library in room 201B. Dr. Beth Jones (beth.jones@tamuc.edu) and her GA are available to assist with classes upon request.

Scheduling

The lab is open:

Tuesday and Thursday 10-3

To arrange an appointment, please e-mail Nichole Williams

Mission

Dr. Beth Jones has been the driving force behind bringing about this lab, she notes: “This assistive technology (AT) lab has been a dream of mine since coming to Commerce in 2009.  It has been such a fun project to plan and see come to fruition.  My sincere thanks to Dean Letzring, Lydia Harkey, Tim Murphy, Greg Mitchell, Gail Johston, Dr. Jennifer Schroeder. Rebecca Tuerk, Terry Goen, Scott Bahr, and many others for making my dream a reality for TAMUC students.  As always, TAMU-C is leading the way with innovative and inclusive practices.  My sincere hope is that the the AT Lab will serve as a vehicle to raise awareness regarding available technologies and the individuals who benefit from them.”