Services and resources for disabled customers
Additional borrowing facilities (eg longer loans)
Please contact the University's Disabled Students Assessment and Support service, who will liaise with the Library for you.
Transportation of items between libraries
With 48 hours' notice we can transport almost any item to one of our libraries. Make a request.
You can request proxy borrowing on your account. This allows a personal assistant, friend or colleague to reserve, return or collect items for you whenever the Library is open. The proxy does not have to be a member of the University of Leeds. All items will be issued to your account and you will be responsible for them. If you wish to use proxy borrowing please contact us.
For Library publications in alternative format, contact us.
Selected Library guides and information sheets are available online in alternative formats (16 point font Adobe PDF files or plain text), and from the Library enquiry desks in Braille, audio or printed format (white, yellow or lavender paper). You can choose the audio format you prefer from CD, MP3, podcast or tape.
Library training sessions and training material
Induction and tours
Each year we participate in the early induction programme for new students. We also carry out Library tours for groups and individual disabled customers on request throughout the year. Contact us to arrange a tour.
Rooms 13.25 and 13.28 in the Edward Boyle Library are available for individual quiet study or 1-to-1 meetings. During staffed hours please ask for the key at the enquiry desk. As the rooms are very well used you may want to pre-book a time. To book and obtain the keys in self service hours please ask at the Reception desk.
For additional rooms with IT provision see Assistive technology.