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Accessibility

Electronic Resources

The library service subscribes to a huge number of electronic resources, including online journals, eBooks, maps, newspapers, and more. It is the responsibility of these third-party vendors to ensure that their content complies with regulations. The library liaises with providers to encourage accessibility compliance, but this is not always achievable for particular materials or historic collections.

The A-Z Collections list highlights where additional accessibility information is available on the supplier's website using a blue accessibility symbol next to the collection name. When clicked it will display the relevant information on the supplier's website.

Acessibility information on the a to z list