Answered By: Cambridge University Libraries Accessibility Service Last Updated: Feb 09, 2021 Views: 4
Cambridge University Libraries are committed to making our services more accessible for everyone, including disabled students. Read more in the Cambridge Libraries: accessibility & disability LibGuide.
The Libraries Accessibility Service supports disabled students in a number of ways, including providing library resources in alternate, accessible formats to eligible students. Find out more about accessible readings and the Alternate Formats Service or contact the Libraries Accessibility Service to request materials or for further information.
You can also talk to the Disability Resource Centre at any time during your course if you think that you would benefit from alternate formats of library resources.
We are happy to meet or correspond with students to explore other ways the libraries can support you. Please email the Libraries Accessibility Service if you think this could be helpful.