Services for those with Disabilities

Computer Software

  • Jaws

    Computer screen-reader application designed for people with visual impairments. JAWS reads back text from the computer screen at a comfortable rate making it easier for individuals to navigate the computer.

  • ZoomText

    Screen-magnifying and reading software.

  • Kurzweil 3000 and Kurzweil Pro

    Screen-reading software with document editing and study skills support features.

  • Volume Control Telephone

  • Telephone Typewriter (TTY)

    TTY Phone is available at the King Library circulation desk.

Frequently Asked Questions

What accomodations can the Libraries make for persons using wheelchairs?

  • Library staff can retrieve materials for people who cannot reach top or bottom shelves.

  • All library buildings have elevator access to all floors (although assistance from library staff may be needed). In Brill Library, call the Help Desk (9-6886) from the telephone in the first floor lobby of Hughes-- library staff will escort clients who are not able to use the stairs using the staff elevator.

  • Barrier-free public workstations are available in King, Brill, and the Art/Architecture Libraries, as well as in the Kamm Electronic Instruction Facility in King Library.

What other services do the Libraries provide for people with disabilities

  • Select large print and audio books are available from our libraries, with additional titles available from college and university libraries participating in OhioLINK.

  • King and Brill Libraries have individual study rooms for persons needing extreme quiet to study.

  • A TTY phone is located at the King Library Cirulation Desk.

  • Staff are always available to help clients find information on using library resources-- just ask!

Additional University Resources

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