Kelvin Smith Library offers assistance with information technologies to Case students, faculty, or staff who are physically, visually, or learning impaired. The library's Adaptive Techology Workstation is in the KSL Freedman Center and is equipped with:
This workstation affords access to the many information resources at Case, and is housed in the Freedman Center where helpful staff are always available. The Freedman Center is on the 1st floor of the Kelvin Smith Library and the Adaptive Technology workstation is available on a first-come-first-served basis, when the Freedman Center is staffed and can offer assistance. Please sign in at the Center, and the Freedman Center staff will assist you in with the logon to the workstation.
Additional information about adaptive technology resources and assistance at Case may be found through the Disability Services Office of Educational Support Services, or the office of Susan Sampson, the Coordinator of Disability Services (216-368-5230).
This library workstation has been made possible by a generous bequest from Eleanor A. Smith. Questions about the equipment and available software may be addressed via email to Mike Yeager or by calling 216-368-2701.