The library is dedicated to providing equitable access to its information resources and services. This guide serves as a pathfinder to assistive technologies that can aid you in using the library's resources. The library resources tab showcases some of the newer library material on the subject of disability and topics being studied at Southwest, such as disability & theology and developing inclusive worship services.
The librarians would love to hear from you! If you have suggestions as to how the library can better meet your needs, or resources to suggest for this guide, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Included below are links to accessibility statements and guides from the library's electronic resource providers.
"The Episcopal Church is committed to working for accessibility and civil rights for persons with disabilities." - Office of Government Relations of The Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Diocese of Michigan has a dedicated page for accessibility awareness which contains useful information for congregations and individuals alike. The Episcopal Diocese of New York has published Ways to Make your Parish More Accessible At Little or No Cost.
The Episcopal Conference of the Deaf is a national organization serving deaf ministries across the country.