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Disabled and Dyslexic Users

Do you use Pro-Study software to help with your studies?

If so, the company who make the software are looking for a student who would be willing to help them promote the software to disability support staff.  You would be asked to talk at a maximum of 4 webinars about how you use Pro-Study for your University studies and answer some questions. Each webinar would be a maximum of an hour long but you would only need to speak for about 10 minutes. You will receive a £100 Amazon voucher as a thank you and you will be able to add it to your CV.  If you are interested in taking part please email by 31st May and we will pass your details on to Pro-Study.

Library Disability Support

If you need help with a disability related issue in the Library, Sue Smith is the Learning Support Officer (Disability and Dyslexia).

She can provide assistance with:

  • the Disability Resource Areas
  • assistive software
  • using Library services and equipment
  • researching a topic including journals
  • searching the Catalogue
  • finding your way around the Library
  • referencing and bibliographies
  • obtaining items in accessible formats
  • or any other Library query

One-to-one appointments are available via phone or Microsoft Teams, please use the Book an Appointment button.

Skills Development

The Skills for Learning webpages contain advice, resources and activities on university study, academic writing, maths and IT skills.

Welcome to the Library

Welcome to the Leeds Beckett Library web pages for Disabled and Dyslexic users. All of the Library website is relevant to you, but here you will find information about the facilities and support we provide to people registered with Disability Advice. Please use the tabs above to find out more.

Information about how to gain physical access to the Libraries is also available.

University Disability Support

The Disability Advice team offer advice and guidance on any disability-related matters. They encourage all applicants and current students to contact them to discuss support and facilities available. 

Information about how to access support and what support is available for students with disabilities / dyslexia is available on the Disability Advice website. Or you can contact them via:

Ask Us

Learning Support Officer

Chat with the Library Disability Support team

Your chat will be handled by a team of Library staff who may discuss it with the Library disability support team or refer it to them for specialist advice. If you do not feel comfortable with this and would prefer to contact the Library Disability Support team directly, please email