We provide assistance to our students who have special needs, due to physical or psychological reasons, that would prevent access to resources such as books, journals etc.
We also provide facilities such as study spaces and equipment.
Access: all library buildings have wheelchair access and in multi-storey buildings there are lifts to move between floors.
Are you new to the University? Or have you recently acquired a condition that makes it difficult for you to use the library like you used to?
If you are new to the university, you may have already contacted Student Equity and Disability Support to enquire about the services offered by them.
If you have not already done so, or you have now discovered that you would benefit from special assistance, please visit the homepage of Student Equity and Disability Support. There you can make an appointment with staff to have your needs assessed and register you as a student requiring special assistance.
We are unable to provide special assistance to students from other universities.
|Library Rooms||Capacity||Lamp||Adjustable lighting||Soundproof curtain||Windows Magnifier||Read and write||Dragon Naturally Speaking||Scanner||Special assistive software||Height Adjustable desk|
|Baillieu Ground Floor *||1|
- * This is a "priority reserved" workstation on the south end of the ground floor. Students who want to use this workstation can ask staff at the Service Desk for assistance.
- **The key to this room is held at the Service Desk on the Ground floor.
- ***The ERC room includes special software for Braille users, Braille reader, Braille embosser, standing frame, kneeling chair, ergonomic chairs and power points for a personal laptop computer.
Notice: Speakers now deactivated - students will be required to use headphones.
Speakers now deactivated – students will be required to use headphones
Have a question?
Please contact the Library Services and Spaces team: email@example.com