Accessibility at Rutgers University Libraries
We are committed to providing access to our resources and services for library users of all abilities.
For questions about services at a specific library, contact us and we'll put you in touch with someone who can help.
We make every effort to create and acquire online resources and databases in accessible formats. If you need assistance with or have accessibility concerns about any of our digital formats, please contact us: email@example.com.
If you have concerns or questions about our website, contact our web team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requesting Alternative Formats
If, due to a print or other disability, you require library materials in a format other than the one we hold, or if you need a particular format of something we don't own, we can arrange for print or text-searchable digital delivery. If you are registered with the Office of Disability Services you'll be able to request an alternative format through the ILLiad request forms.
You can log into ILLiad directly and complete a request form (first-time users will need to register).
Creating Alternative Formats
Rutgers subscribes to SensusAccess, a document conversion utility that helps you create accessible documents.
The Rutgers IT Accessibility Initiative provides a number of additional resources to help improve the accessibility of your courses and instructional materials.
The libraries provide Kurzweil reading machines connected to computers so that data can be downloaded, NV Access screen reading software, and CCTV video magnifiers at several library locations:
- Alexander (College Ave)
- Carr (Livingston)
- Dana (Newark) (Kurzweil and NV Access only)
- Douglass (Douglass) (CCTV magnifier only)
- Library of Science and Medicine (Busch)
- Robeson Library (Camden) (Kurzweil and NV Access only)
All libraries are wheelchair accessible. Contact us if you have any questions or need assistance navigating any of our spaces.