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WE ARE ACCESSIBLE
ACC Library Services is committed to making its collections and resources accessible to students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Libraries Services strives to conform to standards set by the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990.
If you have questions or concerns regarding Library services to persons with disabilities and physical differences, please contact ACC Libraries Accessibility Co-Facilitators Keri Moczygemba at 512.223.1585 or James Loomis at 512.223.6134. You may also send questions and concerns regarding all library services to the dean of Library Services.
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UNIVERSAL ACCESS & DESIGN
Assistive technology (AT) is used to improve the functionality of persons with disabilities and may include software programs, equipment, or adaptations to systems.
Mobility aids, or ambulatory devices, are a type of assistive technology that specifically assists with movement.
When principles of Universal Design are followed, spaces are designed to be accessible and easily navigated by all people with no adaptations.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) provides guidelines for creating curriculum, including supplementary materials, assessments, and teaching methods, that provide equal opportunities to learn.
COLLEGE FOR STUDENTS with DISABILITIES
KNOW HOW & ACCESSIBILITY IN THE LIBRARY SERVICES
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