Books on CD Descriptive videos (These are videos in which key visual events are narrated. Learn more.) Large print books/periodicals
Magnifying lenses Enlarging photocopiers which can produce large-print versions of copies
Through our downloadable media service, OverDrive, our resident patrons may qualify for LEAP. This service provides DAISY and Braille formats that can be read with computers, assistive reading devices, Braille printers, and even MP3 players, free Victor Reader Soft and Read:OutLoud reading software...
Bookshare provides access to over 300,000 titles that are specifically designed for users with print disabilities. International and U.S. publishers consistantly provide Bookshare with the latest content so that users with print disabilities have access to content at the same time as their peers....
The Orange County Library System offers the Talking Books program to residents of Orange County who cannot easily use printed materials, including those who are visually impaired, or unable to use print material due to a physical disability. A talking book is the complete text of a printed book...
Located on the fourth floor of the Orlando Public Library, this electronic magnifier enlarges text and images up to 55X and displays the results on a 20-inch monitor.
All branch locations and the fourth floor of the Orlando Public Library house assistive vision stations that include JAWS for Windows, MAGic Screen Magnification, OpenBook, a 19-inch monitor, and a Braille keyboard:
Our public access computers that have a sound card and CD-ROM are compatible with Freedom Box software.  If you are using it on one of our computers that has the JAWS software, you will NOT need to bring up JAWS itself.