Answered By: Susan Willcox
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2019     Views: 214

There are 4 rooms in the Philip Robinson Library for users with disabilities. These accessible study rooms are rooms 304 & 313 on level 3, and 404 & 413 on Level 4. There is a single room available in the Walton Library.  All rooms have a variety of equipment including cluster PCs and docking stations for laptops. They are only large enough for one person plus carer/assistant.

At the Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms there is 1 study room available, number G.05 on the ground floor.  There is room for up to 2 people, but space for extra chairs if necessary.

The rooms are bookable for 2 hours per day and up to 2 weeks in advance. You must be registered with Student Wellbeing to use them.

To book the room in  Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms, or Philip Robinson library go online here

To book the room in the Walton Library, email lib-med-accessbookings@ncl.ac.uk or telephone 0191 208 8108.

 

 

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