To log in to Taft College's wireless network, enter your A Number for the User ID and your Password is your first initial capitalized followed by your last name initial and the last 6 numbers of your A Number.
Example: Student Tom Jones with an A Number of A0002005 would use A0002005 for the User ID and Tj002005 for Password.
To access the High Tech Center, students must first be verified as having a disability. If you think that you have a disability that is affecting your ability to study and learn in your classes, we encourage you to call 661-763-7799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment today!
What We Do
Alternate Media Production
Depending on the students’ preferences and needs, the High Tech Center produces alternate formats of textbooks and school materials. The formats we may offer students are:
KESI (for Kurzweil)
Learning Ally daisy book (human recorded audio book with navigation)
Bookshare daisy book (synthetic voice recorded audio book with navigation)
NOTE: Students who would like to listen to an MP3 version of their books are encouraged to make their own by using one of the free assistive technology programs in the High Tech Center or at home.
Assistive Technology Software and Tools
The High Tech Center offers a wide variety of assistive technology programs and tools that will help students in their coursework at Taft College. Once students qualify for support services, the High Tech Access Specialist will discuss the various programs in the High Tech Center from which students may benefit. Students will then meet individually with the High Tech Access Specialist to receive training on how to use the selected program(s). After individualized training is complete, students are encouraged to come to the High Tech Center during their free time and to use the skills that they have learned. Further assistance and/or training sessions can be requested as necessary.
Which Assistive Technology Programs and Tools We Offer:
Job Access With Speech (JAWS)
Dragon Naturally Speaking
E-type Word Prediction Software
flatbed scanner for converting books to electronic text
Livescribe Pen and Notepads
CCTV for magnification
Sorenson video phone for Deaf population
iOS apps recommendations for students with disabilities