1. Does the Library have a video phone for the hearing impaired?
The Library has an Ultratec Minicom IV TDD (Telecommunications device for the Deaf) at the circulation desk on the second floor. The number for the TDD is (912) 478-1314. It is a portable version with a printing option and includes a bright, 20-character display tilted to increase viewing comfort, and a 4-row keyboard specially designed for easy typing. An 8000-character memory allows messages to be saved, and a built-in voice announces that an outgoing call is being made by TDD. TDD access is available during all Library hours.
2. I have a visual impairment and need to use the microfilm readers.
There is a special lens available for microform reader/printers designed to magnify the reader screen so that persons with limited vision should be able to read enough of an article to know whether they want to make a copy. The lens is available through the Access Services Department on the second floor.