SARA Has Arrived At Greenwich Library

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4-13-2010 2-58-47 PM.jpgGreenwich Library will now be offering the SARA (Scanning And Reading Appliance) Screen Reader to visually-impaired patrons as part of it's continuing service to provide assistive technology to the community.  SARA is a portable scanning device that can "read" books or documents to visually impaired people and can plug into any available outlet within the library. 

For your conveinence, below is a short, 10 minute instructional video via YouTube that shows how to operate the SARA device:



As shown in the video, SARA is also compatible to other devices, including the Focus 40 Braille Display unit, which we also carry. 

Both machines are available at the library's Reference Desk ((203) 622-7911) located on the first floor.  For security reasons, we ask that you please leave a valid form of ID at the desk when you inquire about using the devices.   

Any questions?  Call me at (203) 622-7918 or email me here.  

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