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Contact Stephanie Rosen at ssrosen@umich.edu to request an accessible electronic copy of any item. This includes access to electronic scans of any items in HathiTrust
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At the University of Michigan, the following two offices are the best starting point if you have a disability and would benefit from these and other accommodations.
These offices maintain confidentiality and work with other competent authorities such as doctors, nurses, and therapists.
Librarians may determine eligibility in some cases.
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