The accessible study room in All Saints Library may be booked by one person, for personal use for up to 2 hours with, or without, a support tutor between the hours of 11.00am and 5.00pm.
Outside of these hours the room is available on a drop in basis, for one person (with, or without, a support tutor), whenever the Library is open.
Book the room by contacting the Library in person, by phone, email or Library Chat.
Eligible students will need to swipe in to gain access. If you require access, please speak to a member of the Disability Service.
Two standard PCs are available
One Mac is available.
All 3 computers in the accessible study room contain the assistive technology software MindView and ReadWrite Gold. There is also a CCTV/ Optical character recognition (OCR) reader, with Readit Scholar HD software connected to the desktop PCs.
The following additional applications are installed on both PCs:
The Mac does not have any additional software installed, but does contain a number of accessibility features. Details about these are on the Apple website.
A range of extra kit is available in the cupboards, including high-contrast keyboards, joysticks and coloured overlays.
There are three accessible, electric height-adjustable workstations in the accessible study room.
Two A4 flatbed scanners are available for use with the two PCs in the accessible study room.
Desks lamps are situated next to PCs and overhead lights can be switched off or adjusted using the controls on the wall.
Access to the room is by swipe card access for those with an identified need. The door to the room will automatically open when a card is swiped. The exit button also has a longer delay after pressing.
Air conditioning in the room can be adjusted for your comfort.
There is a sofa in the room, along with adjustable chairs.