On July 29th, I was one of the speakers at the Connecticut State Library's "ADA for Libraries and Librarians" program held at the Middletown Library Service Center. The headlining speaker Elanah Graham talked about what the ADA requires libraries and staff to go about assisting patrons with disabilities. Maria Bernier spoke briefly on how libraries can apply for LSTA grants to provide assistive technology.
And yours truly went in some stammering detail about the aforementioned assistive tech, including mention (and demonstration) of such software & devices like the JAWS screen reader, the MAGic screen maginifier, the SARA scanner, and the Ruby Handheld Video Magnifier. (See our ADA Page for more details on those services.)
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