Almost all NTID general purpose classrooms are already outfitted with a “low-vision” LCD monitor. Most of the NTID labs are pre-wired so a low-vision monitor can be installed as needed. To find out which spaces already have a low-vision monitor or to request an installation, ask your teacher to contact the NTID Service Desk.
Use a CCTV. This machine uses a high-resolution video camera to enlarge and alter an image on a built-in video monitor. A CCTV can be delivered to NTID classrooms and labs as needed and is also requested by your teacher at the NTID Service Desk.
Enlarge the original documents via a copier from an 8.5" x 11" original to 11 x 17" without altering the layout or format of the original.
You can also request assistance from the RIT Disability Services Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please give as much advance notice as possible when requesting the above assistance.
Use a CCTV [see the answer above].
Use the resident Visualizer. Almost all NTID general-purpose classrooms and most labs are outfitted with a visualizer. To find out which spaces have a visualizer, contact the NTID Service Desk.
In the browser [IE, FireFox or Chrome], enlarge the size using [Ctrl and +]
Use a low-vis monitor. [see the answer above].
Use a CCTV [see the answer above] to enlarge any handouts related to the work group.
Use darker board markers [blue, black]; avoid red and green.
Use the visualizer and/or a low-vis monitor combination [see the answer above].
Be sure you have 1] a “Disability Services Agreement” from the RIT Disability Services Office and 2] a "NTID Classroom/Lab Vision Assessment Report." Give a copy of these documents to your teachers and counselors. These documents will list accommodations specific to your individual needs that have been approved.