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Course Reserves & Textbooks
- Questions about course reserves may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All electronic reserves items scanned by library staff are converted into text-searchable PDFs for use with screen-reading software.
- Faculty are encouraged to ensure that any documents you upload are accessible. OIT has instructions on generating accessible PDF documents .
- Upon request, library staff can convert instructor-provided scans into text-searchable PDFs.
- Any student needing an accessible copy of a required textbook, should contact the Disability Resource Office.
- The NCSU Libraries service, Document Delivery, will scan and deliver accessible chapters, articles, or other portions of print materials from Libraries collections for students free of charge.
- Requests for the library to explore possible digital versions may also be directed to request that we purchase.
- If you need assistance in locating alternative materials or teaching material generally, please contact email@example.com.
- Much electronic content is in digital form and is accessible.
- If you or your student encounter online and web content that is not accessible, please contact us at Ask Us so that we can help.
- Information about e-readers and e-reader content.
Library Instruction & Learning Opportunities
- LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) has an excellent library of accessible videos on a great variety of topics. It also has a video about how to provide accommodations to make learning accessible to students with disabilities and meet Section 508 compliance for digital learning: Teaching Techniques: Making Accessible Learning.
- Faculty can request a research or technology focused instruction led by a librarian. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any accessibility needs.