Accessibility at Decker

Decker Library strives to make our resources accessible for all learners.

Captioning for in-house tutorials

Tutorials made by Decker Library staff that include narration will always have captions. Any tutorials that do not include captions are in our queue to be redone.

Optical Character Recognition for print materials requested through Document Delivery 

All Document Delivery requested will be scanned with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to ensure they are compatible with most screen readers. 

Decker Library's Film and Video Collection

Whenever possible, Decker Library will always purchase films and television on DVD or Blu-Ray that includes captions. 

ADA/Disability Accommodations for Research Instruction Sessions

When Faculty request Research Instruction, they will have the opportunity to alert us to any ADA/Disability Accommodations needed for students. If Faculty do not yet know about possible accommodations, they can follow-up with their Librarian whenever they have this information. 

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Learning Resource Center (LRC) at MICA

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) supports MICA students by providing equal access to educational opportunities to qualified students with documented disabilities and coordinating comprehensive academic support services for all students at the College in an effort to promote the development of academic skills.

The LRC is located on the first floor of Bunting Center.