The mission of Niagara College Libraries is to enhance the learning, teaching and research experience for all Niagara College students and staff. Library staff members are dedicated to supporting students and staff in the successful use and efficient access to all library services and resources. Below are resources and services that help support students and staff with permanent or temporary disabilities.
Accessible Content E-Portal (ACE) service is designed to make ncLibraries collections accessible to students and faculty with print disabilities. ACE is for library books only. Please see Accessibility Services - Alternative Format Textbooks for more information on alternative format for textbooks. ncLibraries will provide, upon request, an accessible format of the print books held in its collection to current students and faculty with a verified “perceptual disability” as defined in the Canadian Copyright Act. This service is in accordance with the Communication and Information Standards of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
Only current Niagara College students and staff with a documented print disability on file with Accessibility Services are eligible to obtain an ACE token. If you are an eligible user, please fill out the form below for an ACE token:
Connect to the ACE Portal and log-in with your ACE token.
Contact Kent Reynolds if the library book that you want is not available.
For assistance with finding or retrieving books and printing, photocopying or scanning journal articles:
Niagara College's Accessibility team provides services and accommodations for students with permanent or temporary disabilities who are applying to or attending Niagara College. The following are services provided by Accessibility Services:
Alternative Format Textbooks - Students that require a textbook in an alternative format, please submit an alternative format textbook request .
Assistive Technology - ncLibraries has a variety of assistive technology to help students with temporary or permanent disabilities. In order to access assistive equipment and receive training, please contact Jim McEwen at Accessibility Services for more information.