Early Literacy Stations are located at the following community libraries:
Each station has educational programs installed that help students 2-10 years old; preschool, kindergarten, and elementary levels to work on targeted skills such as reading, writing, math, or keyboarding. The stations come with a colorful keyboard and child-sized mouse and are not connected to the Internet.
The Antioch, San Ramon, and Lafayette community libraries are using pictograms to help library users, including those with learning differences, those for whom English is not their native language, and those who are adult learners, navigate the Dewey Decimal System.
The pictograms are excellent examples of universal access. Read more about pictograms here.
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