If you encounter a physical, electronic, or programmatic barrier on the UM campus, such as an inoperative elevator or wheelchair lift, an inaccessible website, a blocked access ramp, or a refusal to make a reasonable accommodation, please file a barrier report to remove those barriers as quickly as possible and maintain access for everyone.
The Montana Talking Book Library is a regional library of the National Library Service for the blind and physically handicapped. They provide services for eligible Montana residents who are unable to use standard print materials due to visual, physical and/or reading disabilities.
Find disability resources available at the University of Montana.
A listing of other resources available in the state of Montana. List is maintained by the Montana State Library
The National Library Service (NLS) for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has released the Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) app for Android. Registered NLS users can download BARD to access over 65,000 books, magazines, and music scores in audio and Braille. The app allows searching, downloading, and reading in one accessible, mainstream device. BARD is also available for iOS.
The Mansfield Library is committed to providing resources and services to all members of the university community on an equal basis. Our policy is to provide, whenever possible, universal access that enables all library users to work independently. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of our services and to make individualized arrangements with the library for assistance with their independent research.
Services you may be interested in include:
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