Welcome to the Assistive Technology Library Guide
Your starting point to access information on all our library assistive technology software, help and advice.
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You can now make an appointment with the Assistive Technology Officer using our online tutorial booking page.
Assistive Technology drop-ins run every Monday, 2pm-3pm, in the Learning Development Zone of the Kimberlin Library.
Make an appointment to see a member of the Library Disability Team to learn more about how to find your way round the Library and find useful information.
Use this button to make an appointment with a member of the Library Disability Team. You can also book appointments by clicking here.
This list shows the Assistive Software that is available in the Library (2017/18).
You will need to be registered to access the Accessible Study Rooms and the Assistive Technology (AT) PCs in the KL00.09 computer room, Learning Development Zone (LDZ), Eric Wood, Greenhouse and the Law Library. Please contact the Library Disability Team at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you are eligible.
The AT PCs in the Kimberlin Postgraduate room, the Individual Study rooms (KL0.08a-00.08f) and on the first floor of the Kimberlin Library are not restricted to registered users.
Click here to see how you can use AT software in your studies.
PCs and MACs
Individual Study Rooms
Accessible Study Rooms
(KL00.06 + KL00.07)
Assistive Technology Room
A library computer has assistive software if you see this AT sticker:
The library has six bookable Individual Study Rooms (KL00.08a-00.08f) 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.