From BCC WIKI
 Accessibility Options
There are a variety of accessibility options available on the Mac and PC platforms. These options allow students to set up their personal computers to enable speech recognition, text-to-speech conversation and screen magnification.
System Access to Go
System Access to Go (satogo) is the result of Aerotek teaming up with the AIR Foundation (Accessibility is a Right) to offer a web-resident version of our screen reader to users completely free of charge, making any computer with internet accessible in seconds.
NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free and open source screen reader for the Microsoft Windows operating system. Providing feedback via synthetic speech and Braille, it enables blind or vision impaired people to access computers running Windows for no more cost than a sighted person. Major features include support for over 20 languages and the ability to run entirely from a USB drive with no installation.
WebAnywhere is a non-visual interface to the web that requires no new software to be downloaded or installed.It works right in the browser, which means you can access it from any computer, even locked-down public computer terminals.WebAnywhere enables you to interact with the web in a similar way to how you may have used other screen readers, such as JAWS or Window-Eyes, before.
 Research Help
Librarians are available to answer your research questions or assist you in locating information. If the LRC does not have the resources you need, the librarian can refer you to an appropriate source.
Ask a Librarian is the Library's on-line e-mail service. Once you complete the form, you will receive a response in 24 hours or less!!! You can also contact the Library by calling 508-678-2811 x 2108.
For additional help with writing, please contact the Writing Center.
There is a lot of talk about plagiarism but do you really understand what it is and why faculty members get so upset if you plagiarize material?
Read the Writing Lab’s plagiarism handout to learn more about what it is, view some examples of plagiarism, and learn how to avoid it.
Remember, plagiarism is considered academic negligence and is subject to disciplinary action as stated in the Code of Conduct section of the Student Handbook.
Here are some additional resources to assist you in understanding plagiarism:
- Plagiarism - what is it and how to detect it - from Indiana University
- Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
PaperRater is a new online site reviews spelling, grammar, word choice, and style—while checking for plagiarism/originality! It is worth checking out!!!
 Who is my Dean?
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Humanities and Education
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Mathematics, Science and Engineering
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|Courses that fall under division||COM, CVC, DST, FRN, LUS, POR, SPA, ECE, EDU, ENG, HUM, PHL, ART, DAN, MUS, THE||CRJ, CUL, AMC, ECN, GVT, HST, SSC, SER, LGL, PLS, ANT, PSY, SOC||ACC, BNK, BUS, LSM, MAN, MAR, RES, RMN, CIS, CIT, OFC||MED, PLB, DHG, RAD, HCI, MAA, HLT, MAS, NUR, OTA, MAT||ATK, CAD, EGR, GIS, MTK, FIR, MTH, AST, BIO, CHM, GLG, OFP, PHY, SCI||CSS, ESL, RDG|
|Dean||Joanne Preston||Calvin McFadden||William Berardi||Patricia Dent||Sarmad Saman||Sarah Morrell|
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