Queen's University Library is committed to an inclusive community with accessible goods, services, and facilities that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.
The Library offers services, technology and accessible spaces for students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Many of these resources are provided by the Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC), located in room 120, Stauffer Library.
The ATC offers:
- An Adaptive Technology Lab with specialized software, assistive devices and computers
- Adaptive technology training and support
- Assistive devices available for loan
- Library collections (print, electronic and multimedia) and course materials in accessible formats
- Extended book loans and stack retrieval
- Quiet study space
- The office of the Queen’s University Accessibility Coordinator
For detailed information on how to access these services, please visit the Adaptive Technology Centre website.
Persons Who Use Service Animals
Please refer to the following documents to access guidelines and policies for persons who use service animals:
- Guidelines for Customer Service to Persons Who Use Service Animals
- Procedures for Persons Who Use Service Animals
Please consult each location for information about accessible facilities:
- Stauffer Library Accessibility
- Douglas Library Accessibility
- Bracken Health Sciences Library Accessibility
- Education Library Accessibility
- Lederman Law Library Accessibility
- University Archives Accessibility
Our website conforms to WCAG 2.0 (Level AA). Please see the Section 14, Accessible websites and web content documentation for more information.
Queen's University Library recognizes that feedback is critical to the process of identifying and removing barriers to participation as well as improving how we deliver our services, and provide facilities to persons with disabilities. To submit feedback about accessibility, please contact the Adaptive Technology Centre.
Thank you for taking the time to let us know how we are doing. Your feedback helps us to better identify barriers to accessibility.