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Library and Accessibility

We aim to provide relevant services and support to ensure students and staff with any alternative access needs, have equitable access to Library resources.


Accessible formats in Library Collection

Many databases have built-in accessibility features.

Some eBooks and full text articles are available in HTML or EPUB format, which allow the user to enlarge and reflow the text. Text to audio options are also available.


The links below provide further information about specific  accessibility options:

eBook Accessibility Guides

EBSCO eBook Accessibility user guide & FAQs

ProQuest eBook Accessibility guide

Database Accessibility Guides

EBSCO databases Navigation Guide

ProQuest Central Platform Accessibility Statement

ClinicalKey's Accessibility support

Bloomsbury Digital Resources Accessibility Statement


Assistive Technology

Read & Write software and Office 365 accessibility features can assist students with reading and writing.

More information can be found within the Learning with Technology guide in Blackboard.


Texthelp. (2018, Oct 23). Using Read&Write at University-Introduction. [Video]. Youtube.



Further Accessibility Support


Visit the Accessibility Support page.  

Contact the Accessibility Liaison Officer, email