Answered By: Susan Smith Last Updated: 03 Sep 2018
The Disability Resource Area is a room within the Library which provides a silent study space for students registered with Disability Advice. The areas are open 24/7 for independent, silent study. If you need to work with others please book a Student Meeting Room.
These are located in the Library at:
- Headingley Campus in the James Graham Building, ground floor, room JG G19c - ask Library staff for the door code
- City Campus in the Sheila Silver Library, third floor, room 315 - you will need your Campus Card in order to access the room using the swipe access
You must be registered with Disability Advice in order to access the Disability Resource Areas. If you are not entitled to use the areas you may be asked to leave.
If you would like a tour or induction to the Disability Resource Areas, please contact the Learning Support Officer.
If you are working in the Disability Resource Area and your studies are being disrupted by others, we encourage you to report it via:
Online chat: http://libguides.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/contact_us
This will allow Library staff to respond quickly during staffed hours.