We strive to offer a welcoming environment to all of our users. We recognize that not all materials associated with library services are accessible to all. Therefore, we are intent on providing assistance to promote accessibility, especially in the area of research and reference services. Accessibility technology with an emphasis on blind and low vision is available in our Accessibility Resource Study Room (Room 102 in Founders Memorial Library).
We welcome your feedback and suggestions on how we can build a more accessible, seamless and transparent Library environment.
It is within the scope of the University Libraries' services to discuss classroom paper topics, research assignments, class presentations, etc. with users. Sources of information we wish to use are not always in an accessible format for persons with disabilities. It is our desire to work with users in obtaining requested and needed materials in an accessible format. Please call or e-mail the Coordinator of Library Services for Persons with Disabilities several days in advance to set up a mutually convenient time for a one-on-one research session. Together, we will strive to obtain copies of library materials in the requested format, or discuss alternative ways to make them accessible.