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Help for users with disabilities

Guidance on using the Library and other tips for users with disabilities

A laptop and diaryInclusive technology refers to those programs, settings, extensions and apps that enable everyone to get the most out of their computer, tablet or phone. Assistive technology software and built-in settings can help with things like screen magnification, changing text colour and size, reading text aloud, speech recognition, and grammar and spell checking. 

Our inclusive technology guide is intended to help you access information and make use of technology in a way that meets your needs. This includes information about what you can do with existing software on University PCs, and information about apps and browser extensions you might want to try