The ALS team support students who have sensory/physical disabilities, Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs), medical conditions, mental health difficulties and/or temporary injuries.
Their office is on the ground floor of the Sir Michael Cobham Library, DLG17.
IT Services computers
Both of the libraries at Bournemouth University are accessible for students with restricted mobility and are equipped with public lifts and some adjustable desks.
Weston Library 10 St Paul's Ln,Bournemouth BH8 8AJ.
2 height adjustable study desks with desktop PCs:
One (with PC) in the silent study room BG-G12 (currently out of use as that room has been taken over as a staff office temporarily). Note – this room has a door
One (with PC) in the main library – BG-G11
Two technobooths in the main library – BG-G11. Height-adjustable section providing an accessible space for group study (once restrictions are lifted)
The Sir Michael Cobham Library (TSMCL) Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow. Poole BH12 5BB.
2 x technobooths with adjustable capability
2 x adjustable desks in Quiet Zone (1 mechanical and 1 mains powered)
2 x adjustable desks outside DLG27 (both mechanical)
1st floor - DL116
1 x technobooth with adjustable capability
1 x adjustable desk (mechanical)
All the study desks have labels saying priority for wheelchair users.
See AccessAble website for detailed information on accessibility.
Help and advice
If Library staff are alerted in advance to the specific needs of a student it is then possible to offer a more tailored and timely service.