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Disabled and Dyslexic Users

Coronavirus Arrangements

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.

You can also contact us by phone (0113) 812 1000 or chat (via bit.ly/LLIContactUs) 08:30 - 16:30 Monday - Friday.

Our Coronavirus page lists the availability of our key services.

As both Libraries are currently closed until further notice the Disability Resource Areas are also closed.

360-degree photo of Sheila Silver Library Disability Resource Area

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Where are the Disability Resource Areas?

360-degree photo of Headingley Library Disability Resource Area

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What is in the Disability Resource Areas?

FAQs

Photos of the Disability Resource Areas and equipment

The Disability Resource Area at Sheila Silver Library has a calm and minimalist feel. There are several PCs separated by desk dividers. There is a collection of books by the door.

Sheila Silver Library Disability Resource Area

The Disability Resource Area at Sheila Silver Library has a calm and minimalist feel. There are several PCs separated by desk dividers. There is a printer against the far wall.

Sheila Silver Library Disability Resource Area

The Disability Resource Area at Sheila Silver Library has a calm and minimalist feel. There are several PCs separated by desk dividers. There is a printer in the corner and a collection of books through a doorway at the back.

Headingley Library Disability Resource Area

A collection of books is available in the Disability Resource Areas, focusing on study skills, disability in higher education and a positive approach to disability.

Book collection (Sheila Silver Library Disability Resource Area)

A collection of books is available in the Disability Resource Areas, focusing on study skills, disability in higher education and a positive approach to disability.

Book collection (Headingley Library Disability Resource Area)

The PCs in the Disability Resource Areas have a range of assistive software installed, including software for mindmapping.

Assistive software installed on the PCs

A hole punch and stapler are available. These should not be removed from the Disability Resource Area.

Hole punch and stapler

Book rest

Writing slope

Daylight lamp

Laptop resting on acrylic angled laptop stand, available in the Disability Resource Area

Laptop stand