The Mansfield Library supports the creation of accessible resources, providing tools and space for creation as well as research and study. When creating content in any format please consider the ways in which you can make your product as accessible as possible to a wide audience. This guide provides some basic best practices for creating accessible materials and links to more information on where you can get more information and/or help.
Learn more about University of Montana audio description services
Learn more about University of Montana document accessibility review and remediation services
Contact the Library's Accessibility Liaison, Teressa Keenan at 243-4592 to set up an appointment.
There is allot of help available right here on campus. Check out the Tutorials and Training website, explore courses via LinkedIn Learning for UM, or look for more do-it-yourself tips in the right hand column of this guide.
Copyright can be a complicated and confusing topic, but it doesn't have to be scary. For help contact Tammy Ravas or visit the UM Solutions center to find out more about campus wide captioning services and how copyright policies may affect captioning and media conversion.