Spring 2021- Users who have registered with the Duke Student Disability Access Office can reserve the ADA study space in the edge, given your accommodation.
View Accessibility Maps
Duke Disability Management System is the central clearing house for disability-related information for Duke University and Duke University Health System. It lists the kinds and location of assistive technology equipment on campus and provides accessibility maps of the university and health system campuses that detail:
If there is an electronic resource (for example, an article or book) online that you would like to access, and that item is held in Hathi Trust Digital Library, you may contact librarian Ciara Healy to download and send that item to you.
Use a Copier or Scanner
The library has a copier and scanners available for your use. If you would like to use the library’s copiers or scanners, and need assistance, ask library staff for assistance . Note that you will need a Duke Card or a copy card to use the copiers. For color copies you will need a Flex account in order to pay for print copies.
Participate in Programs
If you need accommodation in order to attend a program taking place at Duke University Libraries, such as a wheelchair, please contact the program's sponsor prior to the event.