Support for Students with Disabilities
All of our Libraries offer additional support services. Please view our booklet for further information.
Any member of staff in the Libraries will be happy to help you with general enquiries but if you have a question relating to a disability the people named below may be able to give you more information.
Francis Close Hall: Jane Shirfield 01242 714849
Park: Mark Chard 01242 714213
Oxstalls: Val Bagwell-Johnston 01242 715100 or Mark Jones 01242 715115
The Subject Librarians at each campus will be able to give you advice on resources for the specific modules you are studying.
If you have any special requests regarding the borrowing of books or other Library resources please speak to the Library Operational Manager for your site:
Park: Neil Quinton - Telephone 01242 714252, email email@example.com
FCH: Jane Nicholls - Telephone 01242 714607, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxstalls: Sandra Bradley - Telephone 01242 715513, email email@example.com
and Pat Train - Telephone - 01242 715109, email firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Gloucestershire's Disability Services
Leaflets produced by the Student Development Centre outlining allowances, resources and support available to students with dyslexia, specific learning difficulties and other disabilities are available from the Libraries. If you would like further advice about Disability Services, or would like to make an appointment with the Disability Advisers, they are based in room CL009 (opposite the Helpzone) at Francis Close Hall.
Telephone 01242 714541; or email email@example.com
If you require help with assignment writing, study skills or numeracy this is available through our Tutors from the Student Achievement Team. You may make an appointment with one of our tutors at any Library Enquiry Desk. If you would like to discuss any other needs you may have please speak to or email one of our Library Contacts.
We are working to improve access to our Library resources for all students and welcome your suggestions and comments. Comment cards are available in the Libraries or use the online Comment card.