The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida are committed to the ideal of universal web accessibility and strives to provide an accessible web presence that enables all university community members and visitors full access to information provided on its websites. Great effort has been made to make the content produced by the Smathers Libraries faculty and staff and posted to its web pages as accessible as possible in accordance with the applicable law and related guidelines. In the event a user encounters content that is not accessible, a request may be made in accordance with the procedures outlined below.
If you are a disabled UF faculty member or student seeking to use materials produced by the Smathers Libraries for a course or for other academic research purposes, or if you are a disabled member of the public seeking to use materials located within the Smathers Libraries web site, please contact the Libraries, visit a circulation desk or use our Accessibility Assistance form and provide the following information:
- Your Name
- Your Contact Information
- Title of Work
- URL of Work
- Purpose of Use
- Date Needed By
Depending on the type of materials, owner of the materials and several other factors, the Libraries may be able to provide captioning, audio description, or transcription upon request for audio or video works that are created by the Smathers Libraries.
For further information on our Accessibility services , please visit our Accessibility page.