The following guide provides information for users with disabilities. It includes guidance on using the Library, information and tips on using assistive technology, and useful links.
From April 2017 until Autumn 2019 Library study space and services are located in the URS (Urban and Regional Studies) Building adjacent to the Library. This is to provide a quieter working environment whilst the Library Refurbishment project gathers pace. Printed materials are still available to borrow from the Library.
If you have any questions about accessing Library stock or using the facilities in the URS Building please contact the Library's Disability Co-ordinator, Matthew Holtby . Matthew can show you around, introduce you to relevant members of staff, explain our services and discuss any concerns you may have.
If you are coming to visit us for the first time and are not sure what to expect, why not contact Matthew for a one-to-one tour and induction.
The Study Advice Team offer study guides, workshops, individual advice sessions, and much more to make your studying more effective and successful. See the Study Advice webpages for more information, or pop into their Reception Desk on the Ground Floor of the URS Building.
Maths Support Centre
Also on the Ground Floor of the URS building is the Maths Support Centre. They offer guides, workshops and individual support on maths, statistics, psychometric tests and much more. Explore their guidance by visiting the Maths Support webpages.