Students with a disability, injury or illness can contact us for help with the Inclusive Education equipment in the library, or for any other assistance required in the library. If you want to discuss support for a disability, injury or illness, contact Inclusive Education.
Students registered with Inclusive Education can submit a book support for tests and exams.
The Library has a variety of spaces and computer facilities, and the top floor is designated as a Quiet Study area.
In the library
“Read & Write” software is loaded onto the computer in the Inclusive Education area, situated close towards the back of level 0. You can use your own headphones, or borrow some from the Welcome Desk on the ground floor.
Hot drinks are available from the vending machine in the Library Lounge at any time that the Library is open – this is also a comfortable warm area to eat your lunch.
On the website
We’ve tried to make our website as usable as possible but we know that everyone’s needs are different. The following tools may help you adjust your experience here and on other websites.
Changing font size
- Internet Explorer has options to zoom in and out of the page (this affects the size of everything, including images) or to override the font size and colours specified by the page designer.
- Firefox has options to zoom in and out, to zoom only the text, or to set a minimum font size.
- Chrome has options to zoom or to set your preferred font size.
- Other: Contact us for help
Other web tools
Note these are third-party products so we can’t make any guarantees, but we’ve heard good things about them.
- Readability is a free browser add-in and mobile app that can declutter a webpage to make it easier to read.
- OpenDyslexic is a free typeface designed to make reading easier for people with some symptoms of dyslexia.
Please let us know of any other web tools that have helped you, or anything else we can do to improve our site!