Answered By: Sara H.
Last Updated: Oct 31, 2023     Views: 28

Most of our subscription resources are provided by a handful of library vendors. Linked here are available accessibility help guides, listed by database vendor, to help users navigate, search, and use screen readers with these resources.

Note: Most of the library's ebooks are located in Ebook Central, which is a Proquest database.


And here is our Library Accessibility Guide, with full details on whom to contact for help as well as our Neurodiverse User's Guide and other information.


For course resources:

Whether you are faculty, staff, or student, if there is an assigned course material that poses an accessibility concern, contact the Office of Accessibility Services at Requests for accommodations should be submitted as early as possible to allow for sufficient planning. If you have questions, please visit the Accessibility Resources and Services website.

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