Four principles serve as the basis for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), the international standard for creating accessible web content.
The aim is to develop POUR content.
Accessibility means creating digital content for a wide range of users, including those with disabilities and users of assistive technologies. The goal is to remove barriers of access for all users without having to make accommodations. Accessibility specifically addresses disabilities, but accessible content benefits all users.
This Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) presents you with guidelines and resources to ensure your online content is in compliance with the law.
The Library aids and services to qualified students with disabilities to ensure their effective participation in all college programs and services.
Hours: Monday to Friday - 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Marlboro Hall, Room 2102
Phone: (301) 546 - 0838
Prince George's Community College is dedicated to the principle of equal opportunity in education, research, and service. The Library reflects this commitment by ensuring that collections, services, and facilities are accessible to all users. For further assistance or accommodation, please contact a staff member in person at any service desk or by phone, e-mail, or chat.
Locating or Reaching Library Materials
Library staff members will assist with locating or reaching shelved library materials. Provide the location information of your items to the nearest service desk and a staff person will retrieve the items for you.
State, Local, and National Resources