Answered By: Cambridge University Libraries Accessibility Service
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2022     Views: 15

Libraries may offer assistive technology on some PCs.

There is a PC in the University Library with Dragon NaturallySpeaking and Dolphin Supernova on it. It is located on the Assistive Technology Room, currently located on the third floor in the South Wing 3 Study Hub. Please contact for more details.

Disabled students may be able to access assistive technology for their own devices through the Disabled Students Allowance. The DRC assistive technology page has more details.

The mind mapping software MindView 6 can be downloaded for free by all University of Cambridge students and can be used on your own device. Some other free assistive technology is also available including the screen reader NVDA.

There are also built-in accessibility tools in Microsoft Windows that you may be interested in exploring.