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Library Disability Services: Welcome

Library Disability Services

The Library Disability Team

Library staff will help you find the information you need and the skills to use it successfully.

We also offer additional support, including access to equipment, specialist software, and help around the library such as our Ask and Collect book service.  Please get in touch for a confidential chat about what might be useful for you.

The Library Disability Team

You can contact us via email at libdis@dmu.ac.uk or by telephone on 0116 257 7042.

You can book an appointment with a member of the team by clicking the button or clicking here

New appointment availability will be released every Friday at 4pm.

Library Disability News

Library Disability News

The library has six bookable individual study rooms and two Assistive Technology rooms for registered users.

The Study Rooms can be booked online by DMU students. Click here to access the online booking system. Your single Sign-On username and password is required. Walk-up bookings may also be made at the door of each study room for available slots. 

 

Dragon Speech Recognition software

Assistive Technology Bookable Study Room

The library has six bookable individual study rooms and two Accessible Study rooms (KL00.06 & KL00.07) for Assistive Technology registered users. 

The Study Rooms can be booked online by DMU students. Click here to access the online booking system. Your single Sign-On username and password is required. Walk-up bookings may also be made at the door of each study room for available slots.  

Make sure to scan your card and enter the room during the first 10 minutes of your booking slot. Otherwise, the booking will cancelled and the time slot will become publicly available again.

Coming Soon!  

Two hand-held video magnifiers will soon be available to borrow from the library.  Click here for more information.

 

Useful Books

Further Library Guides and Publications

 All our study guides are available on-line from our web pages (some are also available in print from the 1st Floor Information desk).  Alternative formats are available upon request.

This guide is a useful starting point to the library in generalWelcome to Library and Learning Services

And for course-specific help, your subject guide is the place to go - select the subject you are studying from the list below.