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 bookable study rooms situated in the University Libraries. To access these rooms students need a referral from Student Wellbeing Service.
These accessible study rooms are bookable online at: https://libbookings.ncl.ac.uk/. Please use your smartcard to access the room.
- The Philip Robinson Library has 6 Accessible Study Rooms.
- 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.