The library is committed to the Common Framework for Supporting Disabled Students. For more information, contact the Librarian by e-mail or phone on +44 (0)1865 283362. There is also information provided by the Bodleian Libraries
Almost all books, CDs and videos are on open access shelves. Books are shelved alphabetically by language. New acquisitions since 2007 have shelf marks with bigger fonts.
Users with mobility difficulties
There is no lift in the Language Centre. The computer area is on the first floor and the library on the second floor. Library staff can bring books to the ground floor or assist in removing books from the library shelves.
Visual and reading support
There are magnifiers, coloured papers and acetates available in the library. New acquisitions since 2007 have shelf marks with bigger fonts. Fetching books, photocopying or scanning, enlarging items by photocopying etc. can very easily be accommodated by library staff. Extended borrowing rights can be allowed.
There are no specific facilities for readers with hearing impairments. However, the library collection has material in several sign languages, including BSL (British Sign Language).
Food and drink in a re-sealable container can be allowed in certain circumstances.
The library also has a daylight lamp.