David Mc Donald, Depute Leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “I’m delighted that visually impaired citizens will be able to take advantage of this technology in all 33 of Glasgow’s libraries.
“Libraries offer the people of our city a vital, much-loved community service, and we know that hundreds of people experiencing sight-loss use the services on offer in our Resource Unit for Visually Impaired People at The Mitchell every year.
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