Information for users with disabilities
Members of the Library staff are happy to be of assistance to any reader who has a disability. Please read our page on access and support. All readers should feel free to discuss any special requirements they need to facilitate their use of the Library. Communication is the key to improving the service we provide, so it is important that concerns are shared.
In the past, readers' suggestions have helped us, for example, to incorporate into our practice policies that can assist those with forms of dyslexia. We use a variety of coloured paper for notices. There are several ways of renewing books to suit different needs. Reading lists are marked up with library class-marks.
For those with physical disabilities, there is a lift to the top floor of the building and then, inside the Library, a chair lift that operates between the main floor and the mezzanine. Please consult a member of staff before first using it, so that the safety features can be explained to you.
Our aim is that every reader will feel comfortable using the Divinity Faculty Library.
Please speak to a member of staff or email the Library if you would like further information about using the Divinity Faculty Library.