The South Burlington Public Library is committed to providing services to all members of the community. We strive to make vital resources accessible to all patrons. On this page, you will find accessibility and accommodation information relating to library’s collection, services, and technology.
Audiobooks are available as CDs and online through Libby. The CDs for adults are located on the 2nd floor and children’s CDs are located in the Kidspace.
Large print books for adults are available on the 1st floor near the entrance. Kidspace also has a large print collection for children. South Burlington residents may request large print books from another library.
Libby provides downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks which have accessibility features, such as adjustable text size, adjustable playback speed, and a zoom feature for images.
ABLE Library is a free national library program that provides braille and recorded materials to people who cannot see regular print or handle print materials. If you are prevented from reading standard print due to blindness, visual impairment, physical disability, or a reading disability, you may be eligible for services.
The Library has desktop computers and laptops available to use within the Library. Using a computer and the WiFi network is free and available to everyone. The desktop computers on the 2nd floor all contain the screen reader, Microsoft Narrator.
There is a low vision desktop computer, which provides larger font, cursor, and icons as well as increased contrast.