Answered By: Matt Whaley Last Updated: Aug 01, 2023 Views: 98
ECU students, faculty, and staff who are registered with the Department for Disability Support Services as having a disability that makes using the library difficult are eligible to received personalized assistance from the ECU Libraries.
Joyner Library has prepared a Disabilities Services webpage to outline its full range of services. Below are three specific services that Joyner Library's Interlibrary Loan office provides. To enroll for these services or to ask questions about them, please contact William Gee, Head of Circulation & Interlibrary Loan, at email@example.com or 252-328-2268.
- The Document Delivery service can scan book chapters, periodicals, and microform items into PDF or TIFF file formats for you. If you need PDFs made machine readable OCR, please let us know. If desired, these documents may be printed onto paper rather than sent to you as PDFs. There is no charge for this service.
- Large print, Braille, audiobook, and other special format materials may be requested via Interlibrary Loan Borrowing service. Unfortunately, not all libraries lend these materials. The ECU Libraries usually cover all costs for this service; if there might be a charge, we will contact you in advance for your approval.
- If you are unable to enter your Interlibrary Loan or Document Delivery requests in ILLiad, or your Place Hold requests through the library's catalog, library employees may assist you at a service desk, or by phone or email.
ECU's Laupus Health Sciences Library also provides special assistance to persons with disabilities. Please contact a Laupus librarian for details.