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The library works with the University Disability Support Team in helping support students with additional needs. Library staff aim to ensure that students with additional support requirements are able to make full use of the Library facilities. In order to take full advantage of all the Library's resources and services it is important to make yourself known to Library staff as soon as possible after starting your course. Please contact us.
Access to the Harold Cohen Library & additional support - coming soon
If you know you are going to need your books in an accessible format, please request these as early as possible. Please contact the Accessible Texts Team to check if an eBook can be purchased, or for book chapter or journal article conversions to accessible formats use SensusAccess.
Students studying online programmes should contact their Student Support Manager or visit the Centre for Student Success for accessibility support.
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.
Titles can be downloaded by students who can read them electronically or adapt into various accessible formats (PDF, Word, DAISY, audio, BRF). See the Bookshare website for details.