The Bodleian Libraries are committed to providing equal access to their services and facilities for all users.
Access to libraries, services and alternative formats
- Access information for all Bodleian Libraries and reading rooms
Whether libraries have lifts or lots of stairs and who to contact for support
- Libraries and their services
Loan periods, fines and other library services
- Accessible Resources Acquisition and Creation Unit (ARACU)
For alternative formats to printed materials such as audio books, electronic texts and Braille
Enquiries and contact information
If you have any queries or problems in accessing libraries and collections, please contact the Disability Librarian, Teresa Pedroso, via email (email@example.com) or call 01865 283861.
Resources - assistive technology, ergonomic furniture and writing accessible documents
- Assistive technology
Information on different types of software and hardware that could help you in your work
- Giving accessible presentations
Helpful for anyone who has to give presentations
- Writing accessible documents
Make your Word documents more readable by everyone
- Ergonomic furniture
Height adjustable tables and chairs and where to find them in libraries
- Useful links
Links to other disability support organisations and charities
Relating to disability support and libraries
- Assistance Animals
Information on assistance animals (Guide Dogs etc.) and guiding.
We welcome feedback. Please complete our short survey (4 questions) and your suggestions will enable us to continue to improve our services, facilities and collections.
Bodleian Music Faculty Library Accessibility
The Bodleian Music Faculty Library has two passenger lifts for the use of readers. One is a platform lift giving access to the Listening Room and the Photocopy Room; the other lift is for access to the main part of the borrowing collection on the first floor and to the Audio-Visual Resource Room on the second. Should you wish to access these collections via the lifts, please contact any member of staff who will show you how to operate them.