Assistive Technology Service

Disability Services provides support with accessing and using a wide range of assistive technology, including screen reading/magnification software, mind mapping software and ergonomic mice/keyboards.

 

On Campus Software

The University has a range of networked assistive software that is available to all students and staff. See Information Communication Services website for the assistive technology available on campus and free to download from the Internet. Details are also available in our Learning and Assistive Technology Leaflet

 

Training

We believe training is very important and offer 1 to 1 sessions on how the software can be used to help with your academic studies and work-related duties.

1 hour sessions include:

Book your training session by contacting Disability Services.

 

Loan Equipment

Disability Services provides access to loan assistive technology for a short trial period. See our Loan Equipment for further details.

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