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Our Libraries welcome materials recommendations and provide materials in a variety of formats. Some formats we currently purchase include print books and periodicals, electronic books and periodicals, books on CD, playaways, DVD, streaming video.
Disability Resource Services (DRS) at Madison College creates conditions that empower and support students with disabilities to reach their chosen goals for learning. DRS works in partnership with faculty, staff and wider communities on behalf of students with disabilities.
Disability Resource Services (DRS) provides alternative media for course materials, including textbooks and other required course materials, to qualified students with disabilities. Qualified students who are registered with DRS may be eligible to receive all or part of their course materials in an alternative format. Converted materials provide equal access to the educational experience.
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress administers a free national library program of braille and recorded materials for blind and physically handicapped persons who are unable to read or use standard print materials. Full-length books and magazines in braille and recorded formats are distributed to a cooperating network of regional and local libraries where they are circulated to eligible borrowers. Reading materials and playback machines are sent to borrowers and returned to libraries by postage-free mail. Braille books and magazines are also available on the Internet through Web-Braille.