Students with disabilities
Adapted course texts
Do you have dyslexia, vision impairment or other reading difficulties? If so, you can get help at the library with obtaining adapted course texts, such as talking books.
Talking books are produced by the Swedish Agency for Accessible Media, MTM, and registered in their catalogue, Legimus, where you can search for and download them.
If you use talking books, you also have the right to borrow course texts for four weeks instead of two. Talk to the gabriella [dot] johansson [at] sambib [dot] lu [dot] se (contact person at the library) in order to access this service.
Contacting the library
The library has a dedicated librarian for students with various disabilities. We recommend that you gabriella [dot] johansson [at] sambib [dot] lu [dot] se (contact the librarian to make an appointment) for your first visit.
Also take a look at our talking books guide:
Contacting Learning Support
In order to access other support measures, please contact Learning Support. They can provide assistance with taking notes, mentoring and extended exam time.
Read more here:
Support software on our computers
All computers at the library are equipped with the following support software:
Stava Rex (spell check program, Swedish)
Spell Right (spell check program, English)
TorTalk (text-to-speech software)
EasyReader (reading software for talking books, also with voice synthesis)
Some computers are also equipped with:
Voice synthesis software Voxit Bugie Pro – in room 207
Headphones are available on loan; ask at the information desk!