Students with a permanent or temporary disability or medical condition which affects their studies are encouraged to register with Student Equity Services.
Students are invited to discuss their study and research requirements with a staff member when first using the Library.
An orientation tour can be arranged for you.
An Accessible Technologies Room is available at each of our Campus Libraries.
These rooms provide appropriate study facilities with adjustable tables and chairs, and computers with specialised software for text enlargement, audible text and scanning.
Please note, if you are using the text enlargement and voice reproducing software on these computers to access e-Reserve articles from the Library catalogue you may occasionally find the text will not enlarge or reproduce to voice correctly - please see a Library staff member or the Student Equity Officer to rectify this problem as the document can be converted to OCR format.
There are disabled parking bays (ACROD permit) adjacent to each Campus Library building.
Assistance is provided for you to enter and leave the Library security gates, as required.
Library staff can assist students in searching the Library catalogue and with database searches.
Items can also be retrieved from the shelves for you if required.
For assistance finding information, photocopying, or retrieving items during weekend or evening opening hours, prior arrangement with the Library is usually required.
This is because staff availability is limited at these times, which can affect turnaround time on requests.
Students with hardships, from any equity group, may apply for use of the external Library service.
This includes postage out (but not the return) of loan and copied items.
In addition, longer loan periods may be granted to students registered with Student Equity Services.
Staff may arrange alternative format versions of required material if they are available (for example, for the sight disabled, loans from the Braille Society or other sources).
Each of our Campus Libraries provide a low photocopier for disabled access.
Copying may be done for students by prior arrangement and yellow paper is provided on request to assist with sight impairment.
Students and staff with disabilities are able to apply for access to facilities and assistance at each Western Australian university as part of reciprocal and co-operative arrangements.
For more information on any of these Library services, please contact us.
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