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The Career Adaptive Learning Literacy (CALL) Lab has been developed for Burlington County College under several Carl Perkins Vocational Education grants funded through the State of New Jersey. Located on the second floor of the William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center in Room 203 of the Pemberton Campus, the CALL Lab is designed to provide self-paced, self-administered adaptive technologies for students. The lab is wheelchair accessible and provides special tools and technologies to assist those individuals with visual impairments and learning disabilities.

Adaptive technologies include Dragon dictation software, JAWS software, Intellikeys enlarged keyboard and WYNN software.

Recently, the CALL Lab has had many new additions. These include Braille printing via Duxbury Braille Translation software, the Juliet Pro Braille Embosser, ZoomText screen magnification software, Kurzweil 3000 V11 USB, Topaz Desktop Magnifier, the Intel Reader and Amazon Kindles. While the CALL Lab may have been designed for students with special needs, all students can benefit from it. There are 12 computers with Microsoft Office. These computers may be used to write papers, do research and check email.

Please stop by the CALL Lab for a demonstration of these truly amazing technologies.
We are sure your will find your visit enlightening and productive.