Office of Disability Services

Technology Support

Assistive Technology

The Office of Disability Services also seeks to provide numerous assistive technology opportunities for students such as:

  • Certified Adaptive Technology Specialist
  • Adaptive computer lab
  • Technological accommodations for computers
  • Communication device support

Read & Write

The university is able to provide access to WSU students, faculty, and staff listening to text, taking notes, and writing. Go to the Texthelp website and download Read&Write for your platform (Windows PC or Mac) when prompted to register, choose Microsoft Account and use your WSU email and credentials.

Smart Pens

Many students find a smartpen to be a valuable tool in taking notes.  Pairing audio recording with notes and converting them to digital formats are all features these useful tools provide. 


Neo Smartpen