Information Technology Support

For information about IT resources on campus for disabled students see ISS Easy Access pages.


The University has a published policy for ICT Accessibility which includes web accessibility. The text size and styles on this web site can be changed.

Bookable study rooms

There are three accessible study rooms in the Philip Robinson Library, one in the Walton Library and room 1.17 in the Marjorie Robinson Library that can be booked by disabled students. These have laptop docking points and PCs with assistive software. Two of the rooms have video magnifiers (CCTVs).

Laptop docking and wireless facilities

The University has laptop docking and wireless facilities in a number of locations across campus. Information about internet and network connections, and how to connect your laptop, can be found on our IT Services website.


Electronic copies of paper materials can be made available for download and printing by students in a suitable format or for use with assistive software before lectures. They are housed on a secure web-based system, Blackboard.

Other equipment and facilities

There are a range of facilities and equipment available in the Philip Robinson and Walton Libraries including video magnifiers (CCTV). Information is available on the Library web site.

A number of the lecture theatres have induction loops. For information about the teaching rooms see the Teaching and Learning Facilities pages.

A range of assistive technology can be borrowed by staff and students from the Hardware Loans Scheme.


If you would like more assistance on making the most of what is available contact us.

For assistance on University IT facilities contact the IT Service Desk.