If you’re a student with an ongoing medical condition or disability, we can support you in a number of ways.
Our libraries have a variety of accessible resources and assistive technologies to help you get the most out of your visit.
- Library tours
- extended loan periods
- retrieval of items from shelves
- accessible computer services and equipment
- alternative formats for Library materials
- wheelchair access (check our mobility maps)
- help with research, finding and referencing information
- voice search assistance
Access one-on-one help
Academic Skills and Language Advisors
Our Academic Skills and Language Advisors offer one-on-one consultations for every student at every level. Our Advisors are trained to work with students from diverse backgrounds and provide support in areas such as time management, reading, note-taking, revision, exam preparation and academic writing.
Book a consultation for individualised support to help you develop your academic skills and navigate available resources.
You can also book a one-on-one consultation with an AccessAbility Advisor. Advisors can help you in meeting the requirements of your course. Come chat with an Advisor to learn what they can do for you.
To get started, register with the AccessAbility Hub.
Please note: if you are using our Library services face-to-face, you must be double vaccinated and may be required to show proof of vaccination.
We want you to have the best experience possible in our libraries and are always open to feedback from students. To submit yours, visit our Library homepage and select the ‘Feedback’ tab on the scroll bar.