We have 10 accessible PC study spaces throughout the Library and the 24-Hour IT room with larger screens and high-visibility keyboards (coming soon).
Check our floor guides or ask at the Library Helpdesk for locations of these.
All PCs in the Library have the following built-in Microsoft assistive features:
If you need any help accessing these apps or features please ask at the IT Helpdesk or make a request through the Self Service Portal.
We have a range of assistive equipment available including:
These items can be borrowed from the Library Helpdesk and are for use within the Andrew Kean Learning Centre.
If you think there is any other software or equipment we should have that would be useful to students with disabilities please let our Disability Liaison Officer know.
Ebooks, journals and databases often have read aloud functions, options to change the text and background, and other accessibility features. The Accessibility of online resources guide includes an overview of features available on our most popular ebook platforms and databases.