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QUAL 8990: Qualitative Research Program (Roulston): Students with Disabiliites, Distance Learners & Grad Students

We Can Help

Students with disabilities can find assistance suggestions on our Accessibility page from the Libraries' Homepage. Library users with disabilities are encouraged to schedule an appointment for in-depth research assistance and other extensive services. Please contact Eric Griffith, Disabilities Services Coordinator for the Libraries, or 706-542-1137 if you would like additional assistance or information about library access and services in general, or for questions relating specifically to the UGA Main Library.

Need help but you're not in Athens? Distance learners have their very own librarian, John Prechtel, to help with problems you may have. If you are a distance learner and need access to print articles or chapters, we will scan them and send them to you.

You can request books be delivered to the closest University System of Georgia Library using GIL Universal Catalog.

Anyone can request delivery to the nearest UGA Library using the "Get It" button in the GIL-Find record for the book. The Curriculum Materials Library, 207 Aderhold Hall, is a delivery point for GIL-Express (Universal Catalog), Repository Requests & Delivery Requests. 

Ask for help when you need it! We won't laugh at your question. Promise.