The University makes available additional support, software, equipment and training to ensure that C&IT is accessible and easy to use. The University employs an IT Disability Support Specialist to:
During term the IT Disability Support Specialist is available for consultation on Wednesday afternoons, from 1.00pm to 4.30pm. If this is not convenient, a mutually convenient time can be arranged. You can make an appointment by contacting Andy McMahon ( IT Disability Support Specialist)
Examination support - Information if you are using an IT to complete an exam
Members of staff can contact Andy McMahon( IT Disability Support Specialist) by phone or email to discuss any issues or questions. Meetings can be arranged if required.
Examination support - Organising IT support for disabled students taking departmental exams
IT disability support leaflet for disabled staff & staff supporting disabled people at the university
A range of information and resources about C&IT in relation to disability issues is available. Its main focus is to give practical links and advice on best practice use of technology to support disabled users.
The Alternative format project will research and develop technology to enable the University to convert and produce material for print disabled people. The project will investigate the most efficient way to convert electronic and printed material into alternative formats
Times Higher Education, Student Experience Survey 2012