Alternative format request

The Library offers a service to provide books in alternative formats to disabled students who cannot access printed materials. This service is offered to any student who has a visual impairment, specific learning difficulty or any other condition that makes accessing printed material difficult. Please allow up to 20 working days for the delivery of the book requested. 

Students are entitled to a maximum of six books per semester. Many reading list books are already available in electronic format through the Library catalogue. These can be accessed when you need them without having to request them. 

To access this service, you must be registered with the Disability & Mental Health Team at the University. To register with the team, please visit the Disability Support page.

The Wellbeing Team provides a confidential support service to disabled students and can offer advice and guidance on reasonable adjustments and further support that is available at the University and through extra funding available such as Disabled Students’ Allowances.

 

 

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