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Library Accessibility & Instruction Guide

A guide that compiles information about accessibility best practices for instruction, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), tutorials & resources, as well as accessibility of MSU library resources.

Why Use Library Resources

Why Use Library Resources in your Course: Access for All

  1. Ensure all MSU students have access to the materials for free with their NetID (including off-campus access for online resources);
  2. You can Embed Library resources in D2L 
  3. The Library makes our resources accessible to users to the best of our ability, so you don't have to.

For more resources, see our full MSU Library Research & Instruction Guide.

Accessibility of Library Material

Library Resources & Accessibility

  • Montana State University (MSU) Library is committed providing equal access to library collections, services, and facilities for all library users. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying relevant accessibility standards in compliance with Montana State University Web Accessibility Policies.   
  • Current status: The library is working to make our resources more accessible, and more information can be found on our main Accessibility in the Library webpage (linked below). 

Request Accessible Library Material

For library collections that are not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, submit an accessibility request (linked below), or contact the library from the side bar. 

For course material or textbooks that are not accessible, submit a request through the Office of Disability Services.