Services and support
Disability Liaison Officer
The Bodleian Law Library provides onsite facilities and equipment for readers with disabilities. We are flexible and will do our best to meet individual requirements. Library staff will facilitate access to books where appropriate.
If you have concerns about noise, foot traffic, crowds, temperature, etc. please contact us. We will be happy to give you a tour of the library and to advise you on the relative merits of different rooms, floors and areas.
Find out more about the support available from the Bodleian Libraries.
We have 4 adjustable desks and a variety of seating options. You may borrow book stands and laptop stands from the enquiry desk, and we can arrange different types of mouse and keyboard where needed. Please tell us if you are physically uncomfortable working in the library and we will work with you to find a solution.
We offer the following equipment and software:
- daylight lamp
- acetate coloured sheets to lay over print
- Kurzweil and Zoomtext
- hand-held and hands-free magnifiers
Rooms are available for using your own voice-activated computer, audio-visual equipment, or listening to a helper reading.
A portable RNID Ezee loop is at the enquiry desk. This must be used away from the entrance due to feedback from the security gates. Please ask if you would like to use the loop and we can talk to you in a discussion or computer room.