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Accessibility Resources for Library Users


Adobe Creative Cloud, found on the library's public computers, can be used to create accessible pdf files. Authentication using Netpass credentials is required. More information may be found here.

Apple Devices

Apple’s iPod, iPad, and iPhone are fully accessible to people with print disabilities.

You can buy an application called Read2Go and then merely touch the screen to access text-to-speech, highlighting, and font and color manipulation.


Bookshare is a searchable online library of over 600,000 digital books, textbooks, teacher-recommended reading, periodicals and assistive technology tools for readers with  print disabilities. It is free for all U.S. students with qualifying disabilities.


The library has a reading magnifier available for checkout. You may ask for it at the Circulation Desk on the main floor of the library.

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