Massachusetts library addresses, Web sites, branch and department information can be found in the Library Directory. Be sure to check Library Catalogs to locate books and magazines held by libraries.
Many libraries throughout Massachusetts provide accessible equipment for people with disabilities. Here you can find libraries with wheelchair accessible entrances, computer workstations with adaptive software and hardware, assisted listening devices, braille and magnification equipment, close-caption television and other tools.
The Perkins School for the Blind Braille & Talking Book Library in Watertown and the Worcester Talking Book Library offer recorded books to borrowers, as well as playback equipment for use with talking books.
Libraries are leaders in providing literacy tutoring and teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Here you will find the many programs available to you through Massachusetts public libraries, as well as other Massachusetts literacy and ESOL resources.
More than 353 libraries in Massachusetts are members of nine library networks. Here you will find information about these networks, their membership, and the types of services they offer to libraries and the general public.