University polices

The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to ensuring the accessibility of its information technology resources and services as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (504). 

Procedures for getting assistance

Online access and e-resources

Our online access team is ready to provide reasonable accommodations and timely access to digital materials for users with disabilities. Assistance can involve:

  • E-resources from third-party vendors
  • Unique digital materials available through the Libraries online repository

Assistive technology

We make several forms of assistive technology available in the Libraries.

  • A document magnifier is available on the second floor of the Knowledge Center in the microform area.
  • Screenreader software is installed on a group of computers in the @One media center

Who to contact if you need help

In our physical spaces

Our service desk teams will work with you to resolve accessibility issues in the buildings.


We encourage you to contact the Discovery Services team if you need assistance, or if you have suggestions or comments.

Related projects

More than compliance, accessibility is a part of our mission and part of many initiatives at the Libraries.