Accessibility & Help for Users with a Physical Impairment
Easy Access to Media
After consultation with the Lending Department, users with a physical impairment can order books from the open access holdings located in the University Library (UB) on the Firmanei Campus by filling out an order form.
The books you need will be selected and deposited in the Lending Department which is on Level 0 where you can collect them.
When filling out the order form, you must include the book number, the title of the book as well as your full name and your User ID number. The best way to do this is to search in Katalog Plus, then copy the data into the order form.
Barrier-free accessibility in the University Library (UB) on the Firmanei Campus
The new University Library is a barrier-free building and can be accessed without difficulty. Directly next to the building, there are parking spaces reserved exclusively for holders of a disability parking card. Inside the building all storeys can be accessed by lifts. Visually impaired persons can use the special guidance system for orientation within the building. There are also advice desks and workspaces specially tailored to the needs of users with visual and physical impairments. In addition, there are three acoustically separated work rooms specially reserved for visually impaired persons, two of which are equipped with voice output and Braille display.
Work Booths for Users with a Physical Impairment
In the University Library on the Firmanei Campus we can provide work booths tailored to the needs of wheelchair users which can be reserved using the Room Reservation System:
10 permanent lockers at a comfortable vertical height are reserved for exclusive use by wheelchair users on Level 0 (Show Location). You can obtain locking authorization at the entrance desk (Show Location).
PCs for Visually Impaired Users
We can offer you access to 3 computers with Braille keyboards in separate work booths.
Please contact the Lending Department on Level 0.
Barrier-free Online Presence
We are working to provide a barrier-free online presence. However, if you still have problems with the presentation, or if you have suggestions for improvement, please contact email@example.com.