Most libraries have assistive technology devices including video magnifiers and accessible computer keyboards with large print and high-contrast colors.
Libraries with assistive technology devices include:
|Bull Street Library||Carnegie Library||Forest City Library||Garden City Library|
|Hinesville Library||Oglethorpe Mall Library||Pooler Library||Port City Library|
|Rincon Library||Southwest Chatham Library *||Springfield Library||Tybee Library|
* Southwest Chatham Library also has a voice reader / text-to-speech converter and portable magnifying devices.
Through the Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services (GLASS) and cooperating libraries, Georgians have access to a free national library program that lends books and magazines in audio format or Braille. Visit the GLASS website or call 1-800-248-6701 for more information.