Adaptive technology

Screen reading and writing software is available in different library locations. In order to access our adaptive workstations you must register with the Access Service. You can also use our book scanners to convert text to voice.

Book a study room with an adaptive workstation.

Software

All of the library computers can access the Internet and have Microsoft Office installed. Our adaptive technology computers also come with:

  • Jaws (screen reader)
  • Kurzweil (text-to-voice)
  • Zoomtext (screen magnifier)
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking

Locations

Morisset Library (Arts and Science)

  • Room 116
  • Room 117

Brian Dickson Law Library

  • Room 432A (requires a key)

Health Sciences Library

  • Workstation adjacent to service desk (borrow or bring headphones)

Keys are available at each library's circulation desk for a 3 hour loan.

Scanners

  • A self-serve book scanner is available at the Morisset Library, 1st floor, room 142.
  • Scanning to e-mail or USB is free of charge on photocopy machines at each library.
  • A CCTV viewer on a height-adjustable table is available at the Brian Dickson Law Library and the Health Sciences Library.
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