- Assistive Technology, room 281
- Workstation in Electronic Resource Area
- Ask at Reference Desk for assistance
Located in the Library's Assistive Technology Room, 281, on the second floor near the Reference Desk:
- JAWS for Windows
Screen reading software on a microcomputer with 23" color monitor connected to the Library network and Internet.
- OpenBook reader
Scans and vocalizes written text. Includes low vision options for customizing how the document appears on the screen. Output may be recorded.
- Merlin CCTV system
A camera system which magnifies text and other visual material for viewing on the Merlin monitor.
- APH GE cassette tape recorder/players
Two American Printing House for the Blind GE cassette tape recorder/players for recording and listening to the spoken word and other recordings.
- Perkins Brailler
For creating Brailled paper documents.
Located in Electronic Resource Area:
- ZoomText (image enlargement and reverse video software) so that UNISTAR, Internet, and other computer images may be viewed more easily on the 23" color monitor. This workstation is also equipped with a trackball mouse.
Individuals with disabilities may inquire at the Reference Desk for or the Circulation Desk about assistance in using the Library.