OCAD University (Dorothy H. Hoover) Library is committed to providing equal access to services and collections for all students, faculty and staff at the university. We endeavour to create a fully accessible learning environment for the whole OCADU community.

Where self-use of library facilities and/or services is difficult or impossible, the Library will make special provisions, to permit users with disabilities to:

  • access library resources in their preferred format*
  • examine sources
  • retrieve materials
  • access library services

*Registration for the alternate formats service is required. Students register through the Centre for Students with Disabilities and staff/faculty register through Human Resources). The Library is a member of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), which has created a repository of accessible materials available to OCAD U students, staff, and faculty through the alternate formats service as well.

Accessible Teaching and Learning Resources

Use the Snow: Education, Access and You site for information on creating an accessible teaching and learning experience in the classroom.

For more information on the library's accessibility services, please contact:

Chris Landry
Library Accessibility Services Coordinator/Scholarly Communications Librarian
416-977-6000 x224

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