Disability Liaison

Our Disability Liaison Team can help if you have a temporary or permanent physical or sensory impairment, learning disability, or medical or mental health condition.

Charles Sturt Library aims to ensure that all staff and students with a disability are able to access our facilities, resources and services.

Register for services

Students with a disability seeking library assistance should first register with the University's Disability Services.

What we offer

We offer personalised support for undergraduate, postgraduate and HDR students in:

  • Library website orientation, or building and learning commons orientation,
  • Primo and database searching,
  • accessing resources in print and online, and
  • liaising with Disabilty Services to provide alternative formats.

We also have available the Screen reading resources for study Library Guide and fully captioned videos about library services.

Getting started

Our Getting started with your library modules will help you find key resources to assist with your study.

Learning Commons

All Learning Commons buildings are accessible to those with limited mobility and there are disabled toilets available. Lift access is available at Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga.

You can find out about the location of your learning commons building from Our campuses.

Assistive Technology Room

Assistive technology rooms are located in the Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst and Wagga Wagga Learning Commons buildings. These rooms are accessible 24/7 for registered students seeking quiet study spaces or to use assistive equipment and software. Stand-alone assistive technology computers are located at Dubbo, Orange and Port Macquarie. Further information can be found on Disability Support’s Assistive Technology page.

Contact

Name: David Anderson
Phone: +61 2 6365 7595
Email: danderson@csu.edu.au

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