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Other Assistive Technology Applications

There are a variety of Assistive Technologies available that provide assistance to students who struggle with school work beyond note taking or reading.

Additional Assistive Technology:

  • GeoGebra
    • Provides a comprehensive platform for interacting with advanced scientific and mathematical material.
  • OpenDyslexic
    • Free open source typeface designed to increase readability for students with dyslexia.
  • 30/30
    • Free task manager; set up tasks with timers to always remind you to move on to the next task.
  • Remember the Milk
    • Task manager that allows you to update your to-do lists on the go; comes equipped with reminders, time estimates, and ways to prioritize your tasks; syncs daily so to-do lists are available online as well.
  • Vision
    • Apps that provide assistance for those who need help better seeing what they are reading to providing assistance for those who are completely blind.
  • Hearing & Auditory Support
    • Apps that provide assistance for those who need help amplifying sounds, need closed captioning for what is being said, or even to learn sign language.

Free Alternatives to Print Text:

Please note that these applications may or may not be free. If you discover any other resources that you think Accessible Education Services should include in this list, please do not hesitate to contact us at or at 503-370-6737.

Willamette University

Accessible Education Services

Salem Campus

Smullin 155
Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
503-370-6737 voice
503-370-6647 fax

Portland Campus

Room 270
Pacific Northwest College of Art
511 NW Broadway
Portland Oregon 97227 U.S.A.