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Report an accessibility problem with library content. (Anything that makes it hard for a person with a disability to use the library content.)

Please use this form to report an accessibility issue

This is the form to use to report an accessibility issue with one of the library resources. This includes:

  • a library web page
  • something on or in a library web page
  • contents of a library database

Kinds of issues:

  • images that don't have alt tags, or have ones that aren't useful
  • videos that don't have captions, or have ones that are inaccurate
  • videos that don't have adequate audio description of the visual content
  • Word documents without sections
  • PDF documents that are not searchable and readable by a screenreader
  • controls that can't be used with a keyboard
  • things that screenreaders can't handle
  • and more!

What this form is NOT for:

  • requesting accommodations for your disability
  • reporting accessibility problems with parts of the college other than the Library
  • please contact our Office of Disability Services for those things!

Your Librarians

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Sarah Morehouse

Please note: If you need to request accommodations with content linked to on this guide, on the basis of a disability, please contact Disability Services by emailing them at Disability.Services@esc.edu.  Requests for accommodations should be submitted as early as possible to allow for sufficient planning. If you have questions, please visit the disability services website http://www.esc.edu/disabilityservices.

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