Accessibility in UoN Libraries

December 17th, 2019

We want to better understand the kinds of support that library users with a disability need.

To help us do this, we’re inviting all library users with a disability (declared or not) to fill in this online form (O365 log in required) and give us their feedback about our spaces, facilities and services with a view to making them as inclusive as possible.

The form will stay live until the end of January 2020, but there will be more opportunities to drop-in and talk to library staff in the coming months.

Find more information about our enhanced library support service.

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January 17th, 2020 at 9:50 am



I use voice assistants on my laptop, on SB there is only one room i can book to use this and that is only for 2 hours. I am writing my PhD thesis and that just is not long enough each day.

It would be nice if like UP there was one/two rooms with a PC so i can use the software on my laptop and then open my spreadsheet on the PC.

All other staff and facilities in the SB library are amazing, staff are particularly helpful and kind.

Best wishes

January 17th, 2020 at 10:05 am

Cyrus M

Hi Hayley, thanks for getting in touch and sharing your views. If you fill in the quick survey at this link: , the Libraries team will be able to use your feedback. Thanks.

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