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Students with visual disabilities can obtain books and other materials in special print, Braille, or audio-tape format. These are requested by the Library from the Centre for Accessible Post-secondary Education Resources (CAPER-BC) - an agency that provides information services in alternate formats for BC post-secondary students with print disabilities. Students requiring the service should contact the University's Accessibility Services once admitted to a program, as provision of alternate format material requires considerable lead time.

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An adjustable study table is located in the northwest corner of the Library's 1st floor.

The 2nd floor is where you can find silent study carrels and our main collection of print books. You can take the stairs next to the front entrance. Due to construction the interior elevator is inaccessible at this point in time - if you need access to the 2nd floor and are unable to take the stairs, ask at the Library Services desk and staff can call Security to unlock the exterior elevator.