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For People With Visual Impairments

Princeton Library is pleased to offer the following services for people with visual impairments:

Handheld magnifiers

Magnifying glasses are available for use within the library. Just ask at the desk.

Screen Magnification Software

All our computers have screen magnification software. For help setting up or using Magnifier, please ask at the desk.


Large Print Collection

Princeton Library offers over large-print books including fiction and non-fiction. These books can provide a more comfortable reading experience for those with vision impairments. Additional large-print titles may be obtained through interlibrary loan and we are happy to have your suggestions for new purchases.
The large print collection is kept in the Reading Room. Please ask us if you would like help finding materials in this or any other collection.


Audiobook Collection

Princeton Library has audiobooks on CD, as well as downloadable audiobooks available through the CW MARS Digital Catalog.

eBooks and eAudiobooks

CW MARS has a collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks. Please talk to a librarian if you would like help downloading titles from this catalog. 

Vox Books for Children

We now have several Vox books, which are the world’s first audio books that live in print books. The permanently attached VOX Reader transforms an ordinary print book into an all-in-one read-along. No need for computers, tablets, or CDs—children simply push a button to listen.

Worcester Talking Book Library

The Worcester Talking Book Library provides free services to Massachusetts residents of any age who are unable to read traditional print materials due to a visual or physical disability.

Is there anything else we can do to help you enjoy the library? Please contact us!

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