Accessibility

PC Centres

PC Centres include facilities to help make our services as accessible as possible to all students, including height-adjustable desks and a wide range of software to support students with different needs.

To find an accessible PC, filter your results on PC Finder to "Accessible workstations only".

Printing/scanning/copying

There are two accessible multi-function devices (Ricoh):

  • Ground floor of the Sydney Jones Library in the Grove Wing
  • Ground floor of the Harold Cohen Library - HCLH (Harold Cohen Learn Higher room) 

Software

A range of accessibility software is pre-installed on all PC Centres managed by Computing Services, including ClaroRead, JAWS, Supernova and ZoomText.

The software can also be installed by staff on their office machines.

An overview of the range of accessibility software is available to download in two different formats: view html version or download Word document.