Computer screen-reader application designed for people with visual impairments. JAWS reads back text from the computer screen at a comfortable rate making it easier for individuals to navigate the computer.
Screen-magnifying and reading software.
Kurzweil 3000 and Kurzweil Pro
Screen-reading software with document editing and study skills support features.
Volume Control Telephone
Telephone Typewriter (TTY)
TTY Phone is available at the King Library circulation desk.
Frequently Asked Questions
What accomodations can the Libraries make for persons using wheelchairs?
Library staff can retrieve materials for people who cannot reach top or bottom shelves.
All library buildings have elevator access to all floors (although assistance from library staff may be needed). In Brill Library, call the Help Desk (9-6886) from the telephone in the first floor lobby of Hughes-- library staff will escort clients who are not able to use the stairs using the staff elevator.
Barrier-free public workstations are available in King, Brill, and the Art/Architecture Libraries, as well as in the Kamm Electronic Instruction Facility in King Library.
What other services do the Libraries provide for people with disabilities
Select large print and audio books are available from our libraries, with additional titles available from college and university libraries participating in OhioLINK.
King and Brill Libraries have individual study rooms for persons needing extreme quiet to study.
A TTY phone is located at the King Library Cirulation Desk.
Staff are always available to help clients find information on using library resources-- just ask!
Additional University Resources
- Office of Disability Resources (Oxford Campus)
- 19 Campus Avenue Building
- (513) 529-1541 (V/TTY)
- Disability Services from the Office of Student Services (Hamilton Campus)
- Miami University Disability Resources (Middletown Campus)