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The study/consultation rooms (213/G and 213/H) in Mills Library Learning Commons can be booked for use by students with disabilities for access to assistive technology in the library. Contact LAS to book a room.
JAWS: A screen reader which reads text out loud and maneuvers about the screen using the keyboard.
Kurzweil 3000: A screen reader which reads text out loud. The text being read is highlighted on the screen.
ZoomText: A screen reader which magnifies the screen up to 36 times. The text can also be read out loud.
Inspiration: Mind mapping software which assists with organizing projects, essays, etc.
Free NaturalReader: A screen reader which reads text out loud. Sentences are highlighted while being read.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking: Speech is used instead of a keyboard to input text into a document. This is only available in Rooms 213/G and 213/H, Mills Memorial Library.
Available in the study/consultation rooms, Mills Memorial Library
- CCTV - Room 213/G only
- Headphone/microphone combination
- Adjustable table - Room 213/H only
Innis Library and Thode Library also have adjustable tables. Ask at the Service Desk for the location of the tables.
Available from the Library Accessibility Services office (L212/C)
- Magnifying glasses
- Daisy player