Does the Library provide any assistive technology for researchers?
The Library of Congress provides a network of reading rooms and research centers in three separate buildings on Capitol Hill as well as other satellite facilities. For researchers with disabilities, many types of accommodation equipment are available through the Library's Assistive Technology Demonstration Center. Because our materials are increasingly available in multiple formats (e.g. manuscripts, surrogate service paper copies, and electronic versions), please contact the Library in advance to determine a match between your research plans and your accessibility needs.