Sue Smith, the Learning Support Officer (Disability and Dyslexia) is working from home but is still available for phone appointments. You can book a phone appointment using the Book an Appointment link on this page. You may want to set up Skype for Business as this will allow us to share screens which can be helpful, see our Skype for Business page for help.
Our Coronavirus page lists the availability of our key services.
SensusAccess is provided by an external company. Please see the SensusAccess Privacy notice for information about how they manage your data.
SensusAccess allows students and staff to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate media. You can make an accessible copy if
In addition to the above, students and staff may also convert documents produced by Leeds Beckett University in relation to course work and University activities, e.g. module handouts, course packs, lecture notes, without prior permission from the University. This does not apply to published works or material where the copyright owner is not the University, unless you have a print disability.
Copies should be for personal use only. Please ask Library staff if you are unsure which documents can be converted.
Students with a print disability using SensusAccess need to agree that:
Please note you need to use your Leeds Beckett University email address with this service.
A tutorial is available which will guide you through using SensusAccess
For help scanning a document into a digital format, please see Scanning & Copying.
Your chat will be handled by a team of Library staff who may discuss it with Sue Smith or refer it to her for specialist advice. If you do not feel comfortable with this and would prefer to contact Sue directly, please use her personal email address.