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If you're looking for assistive technologies or how to use some great apps, such as Notability, Adobe Scan, iPad screen readers, and more, get in touch with Kelsey McLane (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get set up!
Kelsey McLane is the Library Service Specialist working with the Good Library, Academic Success Center, and Educational Technology. She can be available for a number of things to help with your accessibility:
getting digital reading materials to work with a screen reader
finding audiobooks for required texts (and others)
training on accessibility features on the iPad and other devices
accessible apps you can download to your iPad
advocating on your behalf
The Good Library offers different technologies that will assist students and faculty with their education:
large print keyboards
wired and at accessible computer station on 1st floor
bluetooth (available for checkout: contact Kelsey McLane)