We assist students with a disability in a range of ways. From helping with access to resources such as books and journals to study facilities and assistive technology.
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide assistive technology access to students from other universities.
Access: all library buildings have wheelchair access and in multi-storey buildings there are lifts to move between floors.
We recommend contacting Student Equity and Disability Support (SEDS) first to enquire about the services they offer. Students must be registered with SEDS to book the assistive technology study rooms.
We work closely with the SEDS team to ensure we can support students to make the most of our library collections and study facilities.
There are a range of study spaces to suit a wide variety of needs. We have bookable rooms you can use on your own (or with a support worker) with assistive technology software or sensory supportive décor. Height adjustable desks are also available to use in the main study areas of the Baillieu and Law Libraries.
Below is a summary of our facilities:
Height adjustable desks:
- Level 2 (South) – Three desks
- Ground Floor (South) – Four desks with IMAC computers (bookable via BookIT)
- Level 3 – Two desks (bookable via BookIT)
|Library Rooms||Capacity||Lamp||Adjustable lighting||Soundproof curtain||Windows Magnifier||Read and write||Dragon Naturally Speaking||Height Adjustable desk|
*Notice: Speakers now deactivated - students will be required to use headphones.
Bookings for the Baillieu Library rooms can be made via the Service Desk on the ground floor. This is also where you can collect the keys.
The Law Library room can be booked via the Service Desk on level 3. This is also where you can collect the keys.
Have a question?
Please contact the Library Services and Spaces team: firstname.lastname@example.org