Adaptive Technology Training

Adaptive Technology Training

Adaptive Technology training in is available in a classroom-style setting in the use of the JAWS screenreader and basic computer use including word processing and internet. Please register to reserve a spot by contacting Christopher Corrigan at .  

Orientation sessions are available in any of the other Adaptive Technologies available in the Adaptive Services Department at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. We have a standardized curriculum for learning the basics of typing if you are blind or have low vision. Please call 202-727-2142 for details.

iPad Accessibility training in a classroom-style setting is available at our Tech Talk Tuesdays event on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  If you are an experienced iOs user and would like to volunteer to help out in class please contact Patrick Timony at

Training Videos and other instructional materials are available at the Adaptive Technology Tips and Hints blog at . Tutorials include downloading books from the National Library Service (NLS) Braille and Audio Recording Dowload (BARD) system.  

An online, self-paced tutorial in how to use the JAWS screenreader is available at . The website will eventually include a self-paced iOs accessibility training.

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