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Health Sciences Undergraduate Help: Accessibility Support Services

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UM Libraries Accessibility Services Statement

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Introduction to Our Services

The University of Manitoba Libraries is committed to delivering services to its diverse user groups and strives to develop accessible and inclusive service environment in compliance with Manitoba Human Rights Code, following the standards specified under the Accessibility for All Manitobans Act, and the University of Manitoba Accessibility Policy.  If you have any comments or concerns about library services, please contact Asako Yoshida, Lead, Accessibility Services Implementation Team, University of Manitoba Libraries, by calling (204) 474-6591, or via email, Asako.Yoshida@Umanitoba.ca.

We accommodate patrons access library resources and provide research support including physical retrieval of library materials from the stack, catalogue search or literature search support, and capturing materials in usable formats. 

Central and Referral Service at the Libraries:

Fort Garry Campus:

204-474-9844; dafref@umanitoba,ca

Bannatyne Campus:

204-789-3342; healthlibrary@umanitoba.ca

Instructions:

  • Please indicate that you are interested in "accessibility support," your course or program with which your question may be concerned, and your unit library, if applicable.  

  • If you are contacting us via e-mail, include "Accessibility Support" in your subject line.  Indicate your course or program and your unit library, if applicable, in the body of your message.

If you haven't done so, you may be interested in contacting and registering with Student Accessibility Services or call 204-474-6513 for more information and further assistance.