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Library Assitive Technology

Workstation space with monitor and reading tools

Accessibility Workstation

Tulane University is committed to ensuring a fully accessible experience for all library patrons. To that end, the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library has partnered with the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility to create an Assistive Technology Work Station in the first floor Learning Commons. At this Assistive Technology Work Station, users will find the following resources:

  • DaVinci HD/OCR Video Magnifier
  • Kurzweil 1000 Screen Reading Software
  • Kurzweil 3000 Screen Reading Software

Although these resources are available for use by all library patrons, priority consideration should be given to individuals who require assistive technology to fully access our materials. For training or assistance with any of the technology, please contact the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility Monday through Friday, between 8:30am and 5:00pm, at (504) 862-8433.

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