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ACB Community Calls

The American Council of the Blind (ACB), DCCB's parent organization, hosts daily community calls on the Zoom platform. Between eight to twelve calls take place each day covering a vast variety of topics including social, technology, support, crafts, music, special groups and quite a few more.  For more information and to learn how to join any of the calls, visit the web site:

The Metropolitan Washington Ear (MWE)

The Metropolitan Washington Ear (MWE) provides audio description for various theatrical performance.  See the link Recreation and Entertainment on this site for more information about MWE and its program offerings.
Please join The Metropolitan Washington Ear’s Board member, Phyllis Burson (psychologist, coach, and certified personal trainer) for a new series of Zoom meetings to be held the first and third Saturdays of each month at 10:00 a.m.  The purpose of these sessions is for learning, enjoyment and sharing.  Whether you have a computer, smart phone, or a land-line phone, you are invited to join us.
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Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Center for Accessibility Computer Use

As part of the DC Public Library's Takeout + services, an Adaptive Technology Computer is now being offered in the Digital Commons area in a clear glass study room at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, for 90-minute sessions per day, per customer. This is twice the standard amount of allotted time for computer use which is 45 minutes per day. This laptop is equipped with a large print keyboard and headset. The designated Adaptive Technology Computer has available on it, JAWS screen reader, ZoomText screen magnifier and Fusion which combines JAWS and ZoomText. Printing is not available from this computer. This laptop is only to be used by patrons with disabilities who are using assistive technology software as a reasonable accommodation.
Upon your arrival at the MLK Jr. Memorial Library, a greeter at the front door can assist you in signing up for the Adaptive Technology Computer. Usage sessions start on the hour every hour between 10AM and 6PM except for 2PM to 3PM when the library will be closed for cleaning.
As always, all patrons are also welcome to use any of the 45-minute general desktop computers, however, the software, JAWS, ZoomText, and Fusion are still undergoing maintenance on these computers and we encourage you to use the 90-minute Adaptive Technology Computer if needing to use JAWS, ZoomText, or Fusion.


The archives for the 100th anniversary of DCCB can be found at: