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Use assistive technologies

The library has adjustable tables, screen reader software and computer screen magnification software installed on computers in each building.

Daley Library

There are adjustable computer tables and computers with these assistive technology tools in the IDEA Commons and the classroom (computer lab):

  • AMIS (Adaptive Multimedia Information System)- screen reader software for materials that conform to the DAISY international standards
  • CCTV – print materials magnifier
  • JAWS – screen reader software
  • Kurzweil and scanner – Text to speech reader software; contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC) for log in information.
  • NaturalReader – screen reader software that allows you to listen to text
  • ZoomText – text magnification software

You can access all the software through the Accessibility folder in All Programs.

LHS-Chicago

A trackball-style mouse is available at the circulation desk. Computers on the second floor have these tools:

  • JAWS – screen reader software
  • ZoomText – text magnification software
  • CCTV – print materials magnifier
  • Epson GT 2500 – scanner

LHS-Peoria

Computers in Library Learning Lab include these tools:

  • NaturalReader- screen reader software
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking – speech recognition
  • Kurzweil
  • ZoomText – text magnification software

LHS-Rockford

The Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford has a computer with a large monitor in the Dean’s Lab.

LHS-Urbana

There is an adjustable computer table and these assistive technology tools:

  • Dolphin EasyReader – screen reader for e-books
  • Kurzweil

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