All online (scanned) Course Reserves readings have been proccessed using optical-character-recognition (OCR) technology to make them compatible with Screen Reading software.
The Pace Library Circulation Department has a telecommunications device for the deaf at their service desk. Patrons using this technology can contact our TDD device by calling
Angle Mouse is freely available software from the University of Washington that is installed on all patron usable desktop and laptop machines. It can help improve "...the efficiency and ease of mouse pointing, especially for people with motor impairments." (Text copied from the Angle Mouse homepage).
Pointing Magnifier is freely available software from the University of Washington that is installed on all patron usable desktop and laptop machines. From the Pointing Magnifier homepage - "The Pointing Magnifier is a two-stage pointing technique. During the first stage the user controls an area cursor of arbitrary size depending on the pointing accuracy of the user. To interact with a target, the user places the area cursor over that target and activates it by clicking any mouse button. This causes everything under the circular cursor to be magnified, and the cursor is pinned in place. While magnified, the user controls a standard mouse pointer inside the magnified area."