"All information resources that are provided directly or indirectly by the library, regardless of technology, format, or methods of delivery, should be readily, equally, and equitably accessible to all library users" ALA Policy Manual B.2.1.14 Economic Barriers to Information Access
A major goal for librarians is to provide accessible content -- more than separate software packages.
We can provide assistance with the use of ease of access options and the screen readers that come with operating systems (Narrator for Microsoft -- Windows 7 & 8 and Windows 10 -- and VoiceOver for Apple).
We also work with the Disability Resource Center to provide accommodations and specialized software.
We do our best to subscribe to electronic resources and services that are accessible. For example, our Research Guides are compliant with accessibility standards.
Most of our databases are also compliant with accessibility standards. Here's some more information about some of the main database providers:
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