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Accessibility

The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is dedicated to making its resources accessible to people with disabilities, specifically through its services and collections, including: Homebound Services, the Talking Book Service, assistive technology, and accessible collections.

If you require longer borrowing periods due to a disability, consider applying for Accessibility Status to have your borrowing periods extended.

OPL complies with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Accessibility Services at accessibility.office@BiblioOttawaLibrary.ca or 613-580-2424 ext. 28321.

See OPL’s Accessibility Policy, Accessible Formats and Communication Supports Policy and the Accessibility Position Statement for more information on the Library’s commitment to accessibility.

For a list of accessible meeting rooms, please click here.

Blogs

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10/01/2019
Canadian public libraries are calling on multinational publishers to make more eContent available Lack...
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Megan, Lily and Mary Jane Mafini
28/02/2019
Last Saturday [February 23rd] the Manotick Branch Library wrapped up this winter program with...
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07/11/2018
Talking book customers can now browse OPL’s DAISY audio book collection at the Elmvale...
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Photos of the Braille book It can't be true
27/08/2018
In celebration of TD Summer Reading Club, our amazing team at Accessibility Services is...
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