Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped

Provides books and periodicals in recorded and other alternate formats for children and adults who are unable to use standard print due to visual or physical disabilities. Cassette players and talking book machines are loaned and maintained free of charge. Descriptive videos (with narration describing visual action) can be checked out. NEWSLINE service gives over-the-phone access to major newspapers read via computer speech.

Accessible Instructional Materials Center (AIM) - The Library provides textbooks in braille and other alternate formats for visually impaired students in public schools. Teachers are urged to request braille instructional materials well in advance of need, to the extent possible.


300 N.E. 18th St.
Oklahoma City , OK 73105





405-521-4672 TTY/TDD

Toll Free: 


Guide Location: 

07:01; 07:3J; 07:3ZY; 11:01;