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We aim to make our resources and services accessible to all Drill Hall Library users. Our web pages highlight the main ways in which we can help you with your studies, whether you need help using our assistive technology or reaching the books on our shelves. However, if you are unable to find the information you are looking for on these pages, please email the library's disability support team at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will respond to you as quickly as possible.
A variety of software is available to assist with your studies, depending on which university you are registered with.
All students can also access the standard Microsoft accessibility software from any PC.
In addition, we have PCs on two dedicated height-adjustable desks. Located in the Group Zone by the entrance to the C block corridor and in the Quiet Zone near Printer Mono 6/6D, both PCs have a scanner and a large-text keyboard. They also have the following software.
Many of our guides are available in alternative formats. Please contact the Drill Hall Library’s disability team at email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
Our scanners are located in the Quiet Zone and the Group Zone. Each of our dedicated PCs also has a scanner attached.
If you would like to reserve a study desk with assistive technology, please contact the Drill Hall Library’s disability team at firstname.lastname@example.org .