Accessibility

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library is fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs.

  • Anyone who has trouble accessing the Library via the front entrance should use the School Street entrance.

  • We have elevator access to all three floors. 

  • Public computer #7 has a height adjustable desk and accessibility software. 

  • All main areas have automatic, button activated doors.

  • We are happy to help patrons reach items that are shelved in high or low places; just ask at the circulation desk!    

 

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library offers Zoomtext magnification software for people who are visually impaired.  

  • Zoomtext will enlarge the entire computer screen.  It can echo typing and computer activity, and can be set to automatically read web pages, documents and email.

  • Ask at the circulation desk of you would like to use a public computer but you have difficulty viewing the screen.

 

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library Connects to Vermont's A.B.L.E. library.

 

In addition to the large print, audiovisual and braille items in our own collection,

 

The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, in partnership with the VT Department of Libraries provides:

  • Large print books, Print braille books, Digital talking books, Audio-described DVDs  

 

to people with: 

  • Temporary or permanent low vision, Blindness, A physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.

 

This service is offered regardless of age, economic circumstances or technical expertise.  Materials can be mailed to your door for free or downloaded instantly.  Ask about this service at the circulation desk, or find more information here.