HathlTrust Digital Library is the University of Michigan's online access system to the Library's digitized collection. Text versions can be made accessible to students whose disabilities do not allow them to use printed books.
An individual who has difficulty processing written or spoken information such that it interferes with his or her ability to read, write, spell, listen, talk, or do math may be diagnosed with a specific learning disability.
Chronic health conditions may include, but are not limited to, AIDS, arthritis, Crohn's disease, cystic fibrosis, fibromyalgia, heart disease, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and respiratory conditions.
The Adam Miller Fund was established in June 1999 by Marlene and Alex Miller, Adam's parents. Largely funded by online donations, this important fund provides enrichment assistance for University of Michigan students with hearing, visual or mobility disabilities. Read more about Adam Miller's life and academic achievements at UM.
Assistive technology for students, faculty and staff with disabilities is available via the Knox Center Adaptive Technology Computing Site (ATCS) as well as on various Ergopods located across UM campus.