Accessibility Statement and Disclaimer

Accessibility Statement

Ex Libris™ is committed to making its Web-based applications accessible to as many users as possible regardless of the challenges that they face. As new technologies emerge, Ex Libris makes every effort to improve the accessibility of its products.

The MetaLib® user interface was developed to comply with leading international accessibility and industry standards:
The W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, level A
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d)


Institutions can customize the interface of MetaLib. Ex Libris cannot guarantee that the resulting user interface will be compliant with accessibility standards after a third party has altered the interface.

MetaLib connects to other Web sites maintained by third parties over which Ex Libris has no control. Ex Libris makes no representations as to Web accessibility compliance standards maintained by other Web sites.

Comments and Suggestions

If you have any comments or questions on Web accessibility issues relating to MetaLib 4.00, please contact

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