Our digital collection, which you can access entirely from home with your Library Card number and password, offers content with features that increase accessibility to patrons with disabilities. Don't have a Library Card? Apply online.
OverDrive provides eBooks that allow you to select dyslexic font or to change the font size. It also offers an extensive eAudiobook collection. Here are links to some OverDrive FAQs that address accessibility issues:
RBdigital offers eMagazines. RBdigital offers accessibility features on the RBdigital mobile app and its website.
The app offers:
The website is compatible with VoiceOver, TalkBack, JAWS, NVDA and Windows Narrator, and includes the AudioEye Toolbar which has a full range of accessibility features:
Click on the blue accessibility button in the lower right-hand corner of the screen to activate the AudioEye Toolbar as shown below:
The AudioEye Toolbar will pop out on the right side of the screen, showing options for the Visual Toolkit, Player and Help Desk.
Open the Visual Toolkit by clicking the top button (green with a white circle and four squares inside it). The Visual Toolkit will appear at the bottom left of the screen:
hoopla endeavors to provide closed captioning for all video content when available. You can view their accessibility statement by clicking on the PDF below.
The TumbleBook Library is a collection of animated, talking picture books for children in English, Spanish and French. The Chapter Books collection allows readers to change the colors of the background and text, as well as the font style, size and line spacing.
Some children's eBooks in the OverDrive collection also include narration.
hoopla also offers a number of eBooks with read-along technology that can be streamed to devices (Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV).