Christ’s College does not offer any assistive technology. We recommend you visit DRC assistive technology page for information on assistive technology throughout Cambridge University and for training in its use.
The University Library offers an assistive Technology Room that is available to all Cambridge University students, including Christ's College members. Please see the University Library assistive technology page
RNIB Bookshare , sourcing accessible PDFs from publishers and copyright-exempt digitization of physical holdings through the Scan & Deliver service of Cambridge University Library.
Sourcing alternate accessible formats of books held in Cambridge libraries for students with a Student Support Document (SSD) from the Disability Resource Centre recommending this adjustment. For further information about accessible readings and alternate formats, see https://libguides.cam.ac.uk/accessibility/readings
DnA - Diversity and Ability Website
The website DnA (https://diversityandability.com/resources) maintain a usefully structured database of productivity tools, many of which are available free of charge. The website includes reviews, as well as links to the products themselves. You can search the database, or filter by tags, for example, 'referencing', 'text-to-speech', 'screen tinting', 'working memory'.
EduApps (https://www.eduapps.org) consists of really useful software collections that are free for you to download and use. The EduApps Family covers a range of user requirements to support teaching and learning, so just choose the one that's right for you.
University Information Services (UIS) provides a range of facilities and services for staff and students of the University and colleges. This page describes accessibility software and solutions along with other services that may be of help to those with disabilities.
To contact: https://help.uis.cam.ac.uk/contact-us/accessibility