For information about technologies to facilitate learning, some of which are available in the library, please visit the Accessibility Services web page. Technologies include alternative text formats, visual learning software, and more.
We have a limited number of materials available in these formats. The one Braille resource we provide is a Bible, located in the Reference collection. Large Print materials consist largely of fictional works. We are also able to borrow materials from other libraries to supplement our collection, via Interlibrary Loan.
Texthelp Read&Write literacy software is installed on all computers in the electronic classroom on the second floor and on the computer in room 106. Among many features to assist in reading, Read&Write does text-to-speech on documents in Microsoft Word, PDFs, and web browsers. For more information and to register for an account with Read&Write, contact the Academic Support Center.
This machine is located on the first floor of the library and is available for anyone to use. Instructions for use are provided at the machine.
Many of our library databases, including the heavily used EBSCOhost databases such as Academic Search Premier, provide text-to-speech features. For more information on using this feature in EBSCO databases, visit the EBSCO support FAQ on text-to-speech.
There are 5 therapeutic llight boxes located throughout the library (east and west perimeters on each floor) and are available for anyone to use. More information and instructions for use are provided at each machine.