Library services for people with disability
The University of Canberra Library (UC Library) aims to provide a range of high quality scholarly information resources and services to the University community. The Library recognises the importance of our clients, both staff and students. We endeavour to deliver services that recognise the diversity and needs of all client groups to ensure services are provided on an equitable basis.
Our commitments are guided by the Disability Standards for Education 2005 - the standards clarify the obligations of education and training providers, and seek to ensure that students with disability can access and participate in education on the same basis as students without disability.
The closest accessible car parking is adjacent to Building 1 and Building 25; accessible parking is noted on Campus Maps.
The entrance to the Library is on the Concourse level (building Level B).
An accessible passenger lift is available to each floor, and accessible toilets are on Levels A and B.
We can assist you to retrieve items from library shelves;
We can assist you with photocopying and printing services.
Reasonable Adjustments are available for people registered with the InclusionUC office:
To facilitate equitable access to library items you can make use of Off campus services, and the extension of loan periods for the Short Loan collection.
The Library has a suite of computers on each building level to enable you to choose your place of study, all computers operate the Microsoft Windows environment.
Assistive Technology Room:
Computers with assistive technology are available for use in the Assistive Technology (AT) Room (managed by the InclusionUC office). The room is located in the south-west corner of Level B; access is enabled using your student ID card if this is part of your InclusionUC Reasonable Adjustments Plan (RAP).
Please be advised that the room will not be available for use during exam periods.
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