Using the library and its resources can be an intimidating endeavor, especially for students with disabilities. However, the library is a valuable support system, with services such as the Knox Adaptive Technology Site, Accessible Digital Materials via Hathitrust, and 7Fast document delivery available, just to name a few. This workshop will cover how the library can play a role in facilitating your academic experience and success, including its unique services for students with disabilities. Additionally, workshop participants will discover how to design and execute an effective, efficient research process. This session will be taught by Claire Abraham, a second year student in the School of Information.
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