Assistive Technologist, Health, Wellness & Accessibility Services
111-111-1111 x 7557
Jim has been supporting people in the use of Assistive Technology for over 12 years. He guides students in the use of technology that academically assists them in the areas that the disability inhibits their progress. Examples of assistive technology would be text reading/scanning software, organizational software, study aids and other devices that minimize the effects of disabilities in the classroom and when studying. Jim is a graduate of Niagara College in Computer Engineering Technology.