There are three dedicated PC rooms on campus for students with disabilities. Each has at least one electric height-adjustable desk, fully-adjustable monitor stands with new flat TFT screens, and is equipped with assistive technologies.
R25 and R25 - Study Rooms, Library Ground Floor
These are quiet study rooms, each equipped with two PCs, specialist equipment and software, including:
- ZoomText magnification software
- JAWS screen-reading software
- Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition software
- Duxbury Braille translation software
Students using these rooms can print to the designated printers in each room. R25 is also equipped with an Index Basic-D Braille embosser.
To gain access to R25 and R26, you will need to go to the Disability and Well-being Office in OLD.G23 to arrange access requirements. To exit the room press the green button which is found to the left hand side of the door.
A quiet study room, equipped with 4 PCs on the standard public room build, with 1 printer and 1 scanner.
Restricted Access PCs
A number of open access standard desktop PCs and printers on campus have restricted access for students with disabilities. These facilities are indicated by notices on the desks:
Library Lower Ground Floor
- 7 PCs and access to subsidised printing
Library Ground Floor
- 3 PCs (1 PC with height-adjustable desk) and access to subsidised printing