The library provides a wide range of support and tries wherever possible to be responsive to your needs.
Click Accessibility now to modify your computer
If you require additional support please email Lise Szwannthe Special Needs Librarian Tel: 0208 938 2306 You can also speak to any member of library staff or email the library All information will be treated in the strictest confidence.
- Services for Disabled Users
- University Partners Services
- More Information
- Accessibility Tools
- One-to-one follow-up library induction session (by pre-arrangement only – please contact the library to make a booking)
- One-to-one follow-up literature search and database training (by pre-arrangement only – please contact the library to make a booking)
- Assistance from friendly staff
- Cheaper photocopying (please ensure you retain your receipts if you wish to claim money back from your local authority)
- Copying/printing on coloured paper for dyslexic/visually impaired users
- Accessible workstations for wheelchair users.
- Extended loan periods
- Flexible reading lamps
- Special reservation service – most items can be reserved via the online catalogue, however if you require additional assistance, please contact us at least 2 working days in advance with details of the items you require and we will put them aside for you.
- Microsoft accessibility wizard on all library computers offering the following adjustments:
narrator (sound) for visually-impaired people
non-mouse user facility
flexible screen contrasts
for more information please ask at the issue desk.
- Readings in Braille or other alternative formats ( by pre-arrangement only – please contact the library at least one month in advance)
- British Dyslexia Association
- Developmental Adult Neuro-Diversity Association
- Disability Discrimination Act
- Dyslexia Action
- Find out about the Disabled Students’ Allowance
- JiscTechDis – advice on inclusion technology
- National Bureau for Students with Disabilities
- Read latest from E-Access Bulletin here
- Sheffield University – Study Skills for Dyslexic Users