The accessible devices provided in the library are currently unavailable while the library buildings remain closed.
CCSF Library works closely with Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) to make accommodations for those who require them. The library is committed to providing accessible materials, media, facilities, programs and services to all students. Students needing special accommodations should first contact DSPS.
Please contact Library Administration at 415-452-5454 with comments, questions and suggestions. We are here to support your educational experience.
Headphones are available upon request for students using workstations in library labs and spaces. Check headphones out at the circulation desk.
All student computers include the Accessibility functions for students with hearing impairment (Narrator/Speech), sight impairment (Magnifier), or physical impairment.
|Rosenberg Library (Ocean Campus)||
One reserved workstation on the 4th floor, east end for students with a login and password provided by DSPS
This workstation has Zoomtext, a Kurzweil text reader, and an ergonomic mouse with a track ball.
A videophone is located near the library elevators on the 3rd floor. The videophone uses the Sorenson Video Relay Service (SVRS).
|Chinatown/North Beach Library||
One reserved workstation with an Optelec Clearview 300 viewing device available for students with vision impairments
A scanner to convert print materials to OCR format (to be read aloud from the workstation)
|Downtown Library||Two reserved computer workstations provided by DSPS, each has attached a small flatbed scanner and headphones along with Kurzweil 3000 and ZoomText 9.1|
|Evans Library||One reserved workstation with a Kurzweil text reader|
|John Adams Library||
Two reserved computer workstations provided by DSPS, each has attached a small flatbed scanner and headphones along with Kurzweil 3000 and ZoomText 9.1
Clarity video magnifier and TV for enlarging text and images from hard copy
|Mission Library||One reserved computer workstation provided by DSPS, each has attached a small flatbed scanner and headphones along with Kurzweil 3000 and ZoomText 9.1|
|Southeast Library||The furniture is ADA compliant. Students must contact DSPS for equipment|
Statler Library (Ocean Campus)
|One computer workstation provided by DSPS with Zoomtext software|