Access to information is critical to academic success, so it is
particularly important that library services are fully accessible. The
following questions provide a starting point for reviewing library
accessibility. Wherever possible, access to information and
specialised software and hardware should be provided inclusively.
Most university libraries have established procedures or appointed personnel to assist students with disability. Many have also established assistive technology resource rooms for the use of people with disability.
While these are welcome initiatives, wherever possible, access to information and specialised software and hardware should be provided inclusively. That is, existing facilities and services should be made accessible to all students.