Clusters and Study Rooms

Clusters

As part of the ongoing program of refurbishments, we have improved the accessibility of our clusters.  The majority of refurbished clusters have

  • height adjustable desks (these are signposted as EasyAccess workstations)
  • wheelchair accessible printer
  • A standard set of specialist software

Study Rooms

In conjunction with the Library and Student Wellbeing Service, we support 6 bookable study rooms situated in the University Libraries.  To access these rooms students need a referral from Student Wellbeing Service.

  • There are six accessible study rooms for the use of authorised individual students (plus helper if applicable), who have been referred by Student Wellbeing.

    Room 304 and 313 on Level 3 - maximum 2 hour booking

    Room 404 and 413 on Level 4 - maximum 2 hour booking

    Room 306 (Level 3), 406 (Level 4) - maximum 4 hour booking

    These accessible study rooms are bookable online at: https://libbookings.ncl.ac.uk/Please use your smartcard to access the room.

  • The Walton Library houses one Accessible Study Room.  
  • In the Marjorie Robinson Library rooms the accessible study space can be found on level 1 (room 1.05)

In each room you will find:

  • A cluster PC with standard cluster software (including Texthelp Read and Write, Mindview and Zoomtext)
  • JAWS screen reading software
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition software & headset microphone

Additional facilites are available in some:

  • CCTV  - Philip Robinson Library room 304, and Walton Library study room
  • Height adjustable desk  - Philip Robinson Library 304, 413
  • VPN Docking Points - Philip Robinson Library 313 and 413

 

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Software lists and quick guides

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