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University of Rochester users with print disabilities can receive an accessible scanned PDF of in-copyright materials in HathiTrust. To be eligible for this service you must be an affiliated user at the University of Rochester who has a print disability for which access to digital copies of library books is a reasonable and appropriate accommodation. Eligible students and employees will be certified by Lynett Van Slyke, the University's Director of Disability Compliance.
To request a scanned in-copyright book, send the title, author, year of publication, and any other important identifying information to Stephen O’Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org). He will then make the accessible PDF available to you.
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