Penrose Remediation Form
Penrose Library is committed to collecting, acquiring, and publishing accessible materials, but there can be inaccessible materials in our databases and collections. We are able to provide remediated, accessible versions of digital/electronic library documents to library users. Please fill out the form below to the best of your ability or contact us at with questions. We will try and fill requests in as timely a manner as possible. This form is sent to Emily Pearson (Instructional and Research Services Librarian), and Antonia Keithahn (Assistant Director of Disability Support Services). We will maintain the data to find patterns in inaccessible material, but will not keep records of who requested materials once we fulfill a request.
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Name *
Email Address *
Phone number if preferred for contact
College Affiliation (student, staff, faculty, alumni, etc.) *
Priority will be given to student, faculty, and staff requests, especially during the school year, but we will attempt to fulfill all requests in a timely manner.
Citation / Resource Description *
Please provide as much information as possible about the resource you are attempting to access. The URL can be provided in the next question
Additional Citations
If you have multiple materials that you need fixed, provide citations here rather than making multiple requests.
Changes needed *
This can be the file format you need it in, or a description of the problem (e.g. tagged and formatted PDF, tagged and formatted HTML web page, text only file, video caption, audio read out of text contents, audio description of pictures and image). This can also be functional remediation and not necessarily for a document or resource (e.g. "I can’t use a keyboard to navigate a database and need help searching it”). We may need to be in contact to figure out the best way to remediate the document to provide access.
Date needed *
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