Clusters and Study Rooms
As part of the ongoing program of refurbishments, we have improved the accessibility of our clusters. The majority of refurbished clusters have
- height adjustable desks (these are signposted as EasyAccess workstations)
- wheelchair accessible printer
- A standard set of specialist software
In conjunction with the Library and Student Wellbeing Service, we support 6 bookable study rooms situated in the University Libraries. To access these rooms students need a referral from Student Wellbeing Service.
There are six accessible study rooms for the use of authorised individual students (plus helper if applicable), who have been referred by Student Wellbeing.
Room 304 and 313 on Level 3 - maximum 2 hour booking
Room 404 and 413 on Level 4 - maximum 2 hour booking
Room 306 (Level 3), 406 (Level 4) - maximum 4 hour booking
These accessible study rooms are bookable online at: https://libbookings.ncl.ac.uk/. Please use your smartcard to access the room.
- The Walton Library houses one Accessible Study Room.
- In the Marjorie Robinson Library rooms the accessible study space can be found on level 1 (room 1.05)
In each room you will find:
- A cluster PC with standard cluster software (including specialist software)
- Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition software. If you require a headset microphone please ask at the Library Help Desk.
Additional facilites are available in some rooms:
- CCTV - Philip Robinson Library room 304, and Walton Library study room
- Height adjustable desk - Philip Robinson Library 304, 413
- VPN Docking Points - Philip Robinson Library 313 and 413