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Academic Library Services for Users with Developmental Disabilities: Partnership of Access and Syracuse University Library
The Reference Librarian (2009)
  • Adina Mulliken, Syracuse University
Abstract
Students with developmental disabilities are being increasingly included in college life. As this occurs, academic libraries will be providing more services to this population. This discussion of services to users with developmental disabilities attempts to help fill a gap in the literature and provide information that can be useful for libraries to build on as they develop services. Furthermore, by focusing on students with developmental disabilities, there are opportunities to improve services for all students.
Publication Date
June, 2009
Publisher Statement
This is a preprint of an article published in the Reference Librarian © 2009 copyright Taylor & Francis; Reference Librarian is available online at informaworldTM .
Citation Information
Adina Mulliken. "Academic Library Services for Users with Developmental Disabilities: Partnership of Access and Syracuse University Library" The Reference Librarian Vol. 50 Iss. 3 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/adina_mulliken/4/