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Accessibility Services


Research assistance

Come to the Information/Check-Out Desk on the second floor for assistance in finding and accessing the information you need. If others are waiting, we may need to limit the initial consultation to ten minutes and make an appointment for more extended assistance. To make an appointment, call 664-2161. If you are online you can also send questions to our Need Help email form or Help 24/7 online chat service. Subject-specific research guides are also available.

Media & Microform

If you need assistance using media materials (DVDs, CDs, LPs, etc.) or microform, ask for assistance at the Information/Check-Out Desk on the second floor.

Interlibrary Services

Staff will assist with identifying the best service to use, to make sure the Library does not already own the materials, and to fill out the forms. Ask for assistance at the Information/Check-Out Desk.

Retrieving materials

Circulating materials (i.e., ones that can be checked out) may be requested and picked up at the Information/Check-Out Desk on the second floor. This service is generally available within 15 minutes, but that may vary depending on the level of staffing. Assistance with printing and/or photocopying can be provided at the the Information/Check-Out Desk or the 1st floor desk. If more than 10 minutes is required for such assistance, (and depending how busy the desk is), the user may be referred to DSS or asked to make an appointment. Library staff may contact Disability Services for Students, if needed.

Referrals

Disability Services for Students (DSS)

DSS provides specific academic-related accommodations such as disability management, advising, note takers, alternate media, assistive technology, and other reasonable accommodations.

Information Technology

Contact the IT Help Desk (707) 664-HELP (664-4357) or helpdesk@sonoma.edu for assistance with your personal computing needs.

Accessible Technology Initiative

ATI is the CSU commitment to providing access to information resources and technologies for students and the university's public with disabilities (physical, sensory, cognitive, learning).