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Accessing and Using Study Spaces

Information on study space arrangements currently in place to accommodate Covid-secure study

Students registered with Wellbeing services may book any of the AccessAbility student rooms located in libraries. 

How to book through SID:

  • By email, phone on 0300 555 0444 or in person at SID
  • Include the time and date you wish to book
  • It is advisable to book at least one day in advance
  • Rooms can be booked for a maximum of half a day
  • Check details in confirmation email
  • Maximum room occupancy numbers are displayed on room doors













AccessAbility 1 Forum Library Level -1

1 adjustable seat and table

1 stationary seat and table

AccessAbility 2 Forum Library Level -1

1 study seat

1 adjustable seat and table

AccessAbility 3 Forum Library Level 0

1 adjustable seat and table

4 stationary seats and tables

AccessAbility 4 Forum Library Level +1

1 adjustable seat and table

1 stationary seat and table

1 1 1
AccessAbility Room St Luke's Library

1 adjustable seat and table

1 1  

Computers in these rooms have additional software including:

  • Speech recognition software – Dragon Naturally Speaking,
  • Text to voice software - Freespeech and Texthelp Read and Write Gold
  • Braille DBT Reader
  • Mind mapping software – Inspiration Pro
  • Screen Reading software – Jaws 14

What happens if someone is in one of the rooms which has been booked?

  • Explain that the room is booked, as indicated on door, and see SID if there are any problems


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