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Web Accessibility

The Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act (Public Act 095-0307) became law on August 20, 2007. The ITAA requires Illinois State agencies and universities to ensure that their Web sites, systems, and other information technologies are accessible to people with disabilities. The Illinois State Library (ISL), after a review of the Act and the Standards for its implementation developed by the Illinois Department of Human Services, has developed a series of policies for compliance. A central tenet of those policies is that, to the greatest extent possible given fiscal, staffing and technological constraints, as permitted by the ITAA, the ISL will provide accessible versions of materials created by the ISL and contained in our online collections upon the request of our patrons. To make a request for an accessible version of electronic materials, contact:

Kyle Peebles
Manager of Communications
Illinois State Library
300 South Second Street
Springfield, IL 62701-1796
217-558-4029
kpeebles@ilsos.net