Accessibility

Accessibility

Welcome

 

This guide provides details of the range of support we offer to students, staff and visitors with disabilities.

All of our Library staff will help you get the most out of the Library but each course also has a Subject Librarian who can help you plan research for your course work.

The Library also has a dedicated Library Assistant (Kay Day) who acts as a contact point for students with disabilities. She can assist you with any other enquiries.

Contact your Subject librarian.

Kay Day    
01202 363389
Email Kay Day

The Library
01202 363256    
Email the Library

These pages will be updated as we introduce new services and equipment throughout the year.

 

Equipment to make studying more comfortable

 

We have a range of equipment designed to make studying in the Library more comfortable for you.

Read more: Studying in the Library

   

Access

 

The Library building is accessible. The Library has two floors with a lift giving access to the first floor. Both the Library counter and the enquiry desk are at a good height for wheelchair users.

Read more: Access

   

Finding books

 

Access to the Library Catalogue is available from dedicated machines in the Library; 3 on the ground floor and 5 on the first floor. The catalogue is also available via the homepage.

Read more: Finding books

   

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