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Wheelchair ramp on Park Avenue side of entrance. Accessible restrooms on all floors, including two oversized, universal restrooms on lower level (access by main elevators and turn left) and one restroom on the third floor (near the main elevators' service elevator). Lactation rooms located on the lower level and the fourth floor.
First Floor: Assistive Technology Room
All public computers have NVDA accessible screen reader and Microsoft Magnifier screen magnification software.
A digital scanner is located on the first floor. This scanner offers:
Wheelchair accessible entrance located near 12th and Clay Street and accessible restrooms on the first floor. Lactation room located on the second floor.
First Floor: One workstation
Digital scanners are located on the first and second floors. These scanners offer:
All public workstations have NVDA accessible screen reader and Microsoft Magnifier screen magnification software.
If you have any questions or concerns related to accessibility at Cabell Library, please contact Donna Coghill, Accessibility Coordinator for the James Branch Cabell Library.Email Accessibility Coordinator for the James Branch Cabell Library
If you have any questions or concerns related to accessibility at Tompkins-McCaw Library, please contact Stephen Barkley, Accessibility Coordinator for Tompkins-McCaw Library.Accessibility Coordinator for Tompkins-McCaw Library