Information for Disabled and Dyslexic Users

The Library is committed to providing extra support to our users who are disabled, dyslexic or have medical conditions which may affect their access to our resources.

If you need any help and assistance when using the Library, please see the Library staff at our Information Point on A Floor  (opening hours).

In addition, Fiona Rhodes has special responsibility for providing one-to-one help and training for disabled and dyslexic users in the Library. She can provide a personal tour of the Library and discuss potential problems and the most appropriate solution for you.

Find out more about the specialised resources and support available.

Finding your way around the Library

Information about how to access the Library and our facilities.

One to One Support

How to arrange dedicated support for your needs.

Study Support Rooms

Rooms for you to meet with your Study Support Tutor. 

Requesting Books

Register to request books via OneSearch for collection.

Assistive Equipment

An overview of the assistive equipment and resources available at the Library.

Dyslexic Users

Support available for students with Dyslexia or other Specific Learning Difficulties.