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Alternate Media

Alternate Media Center - 

​​(951) 487-3305 (SJC)

 (951) 639-5305 (MVC)


Have you checked out a digital recorder from DSPS and need some help using it? Below you find some quick references on basic usage.

Sony IC Recorder ICD-PX333 - 

For written instructions, please CLICK HERE.

Video tutorials - How to make a recording, please CLICK HERE.
Video tutorials - How to erase a recording, please CLICK HERE.

Video tutorials - How to play back a recording, please CLICK HERE.

Video tutorials - How to transfer files a recording, please CLICK HERE.

Philips Voicetracer 7675 -

For written instructions, please CLICK HERE.


What is Alternate Media?

DSPS assists instructors and students with disabilities by providing access to alternate media formats to meet a variety of instructional needs. 

These can include:

  • Electronic-Text (E-Text)
  • Large print
  • Braille
  • Accessible Online and Distance Education
  • Tactile graphics 

DSPS Students - To make a request for a specific material in alternate format complete the on-line Alt Media Request Form for each book or material needed each semester. In order for us to fulfill Alternate Media requests, students MUST bring in the book with a copy of the receipt, at the same time. We will not keep your book, we just need to ensure you have it in hand.

  • The Alt Media Request Form is to be completed ONLY if this accommodation has been pre-approved by a DSPS counselor. 
  • If you are not part of the DSPS program do not fill out the above form. 
  • Students and instructors are encouraged to plan ahead as much as possible, as conversion to an alternate format can take up to four weeks, when the District is open and in session.
  • MSJC makes available, upon request, in alternate media, any publication it offers to the general public such as the college catalog, announcements about cultural or recreational events sponsored by the college, job announcements, etc.. Requests for these materials in an alternate format should be made to Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS).


 DSPS Mission Statement

The mission of 

Disabled Students Programs and Services 

(DSPS) is to provide


accommodations, facilitate

independence, self-advocacy and assist

students to attain success with their

educational and vocational goals.​