If a student needs assistance converting class materials to an alternative format or needs to get a copy of a textbook into an accessible format, help is available in the Adaptive Computer Technology (ACT) lab. The Adaptive Computer Technology lab is located in the Robert Bell building (RB 168). This lab is specifically designed for users with disabilities and is part of Unified Technology Support. Lab attendants are available to help students learn any of the computer technologies available in the lab. The ACT lab has many different types of technology for use by students with disabilities including speech-to-text programs, text-to-speech programs, screen magnification, textbook scanning/accessible electronic textbooks, Braille transcription, and tactile graphics.