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Do you have any ADA equipment in the library that would help disabled students to use your resources?

Last Updated: Aug 09, 2012  |  43 Views
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Montgomery College Libraries provide equal access to information and technical assistance to all of its users. Each campus library has ADA equipment that is specifically geared to aid users with disabilities.  Our ADA computer workstations feature JAWS screen reader for the blind, Kurzweil and Zoom Text for the visually impaired. In an effort to use the aforementioned software, scanners situated near the computers are designated for ADA use only. The workstation desks are height adjustable for easy wheelchair access.  To locate each ADA area within a campus library, go directly to either the Circulation or Reference desks to request directions to the specified workstations or area.   

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