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Lending libraries are located in the Region 1 and Region 8 offices and offer a wide variety of materials available for a six-week lending period*. These materials include assistive technology, augmentative communication devices, software, books, videotapes, assessment instruments, curricula and more!

Our libraries are open Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.  Please stop by or schedule an appointment to tour and get acquainted with our materials. If you aren’t familiar with our tech lab, we highly encourage you to schedule an appointment with our staff before visiting. If you are too far away and cannot visit during working hours we can mail most items to you free-of-charge*. Just search our library database (click on the link to the left) and call the library in your region to request a checkout.

We hope to hear from you soon!

 

Lending Library & Technology Lab Staff

Richmond office:

Ann Moorehead
Administrative and Office Specialist
804-827-1414
ammoorehead@vcu.edu

Erik Froehlich
Information Technology Specialist
804-827-1412
ejfroehl@vcu.edu

Mona Pruett
Program Specialist, Assistive Technology, Instructional Technology, Distance Learning
804-827-9990
mdpruett@vcu.edu

Blackstone Office:

If you wish to visit the Region 8/Blackstone office, please call or email to schedule an appointment.

April Schnepf
Office Manager
434-292-3723
adschnepf@vcu.edu

Locations

Richmond Campus Office
700 E. Franklin St.
Suite 140
Richmond, VA 23284
804 828-6947
Blackstone Campus Office
Pickett Park
40 QM Circle
Blackstone, VA  23824

VDOE Training and Technical Assistance Center @ Virginia Commonwealth University Partnership for People with Disabilities | School of Education Region 1: 700 E. Franklin St. - Suite 140, Richmond, VA 23284 (804) 828-6947 Region 8: Pickett Park, 440 QM Circle, Blackstone, VA 23824 (434) 292-3723 Copyright © 2008 VCU Training and Technical Assistance Center
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