Answered By: Gwen Jones
Last Updated: Oct 29, 2019     Views: 795

The library works with the University Disability Support Team in helping support students with additional needs. 
Full information about available services can be found in our Accessibility Library Guide

Are there any resources for print impaired customers in the library?

The library has a subscription to SensusAccess, which allows print-impaired students and staff to convert documents into a range of alternative media, such as audio files or eBooks. 

RNIB Bookshare support learners with a print disability. They provide accessible textbooks and resources for learners with sight loss, dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and qualifying physical disabilities under the Copyright and Rights in Performances (Disability) Regulations 2014.  To register for Bookshare, please speak to the  University Disability Support Team. For more information about RNIB Bookshare please see What is Bookshare? 

You can also find out more about our buildings and facilities by consulting the AccessAble Guide for the Harold Cohen Library and for the Sydney Jones Library



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