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Is there any Audio & Visual software for students with disabilities available in the Library?

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The following resources are available to help Library users with disabilities:
Freemind is mind-mapping tool which could be useful for those with learning difficulties such as dyslexia as well as those who like to visualize their thoughts.
Visual Magnifier is a screen magnification tool designed for the visually impaired and others who need to magnify part of the screen.
Web Anywhere allows you to have webpages read to you.
Library Catalogue allows you to adjust the font size ( Ctrl while pressing + or Ctrl while pressing -).
Dawson eBook collection has an audio functionality using the Adobe Reader 'Read Out Loud' function.
EBSCO databases now offer magnification and speech to text facilities.
If you are experiencing any difficulties retrieving material due to a disability, please notify a member of Library Staff who will assist you.