If you have a disability or health condition which impacts upon your studies, please contact the Inclusivity Team for further guidance. The Learning Support Team support students with specific learning differences such as dyslexia and dyspraxia.
For more information, see the Health and Wellbeing homepage.
The Skills Team are here to help you develop academic and digital skills to support and enhance your studies and research. They cover:
They support this through personal appointments, workshops, webinars and online guides, all of which can be accessed through their website.
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A Tutor Guide for Teaching, Marking and Assessing SpLD Students' Work
This guide contains a comprehensive range of links to practical resources which will enable tutors to provide useful and directive feedback to address typical SpLD literacy and learning barriers. It contains the following four sections:
Access guide here: https://canvas.hull.ac.uk/enroll/PNW797
If you have a print impairment you may need books in an accessible format, usually electronic. You may find the Library’s ever increasing collection of eBooks useful. If eBooks are still not accessible to you, you may be eligible to use the Alternative Formats service.
A hearing loop (sometimes called an audio induction loop) is a sound system for use by people with hearing aids. The hearing loop provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to ‘T’ setting.
Skills and Teaching Rooms in the library with hearing loops have signs placed on the doors to highlight this.
The Welcome Desk also has a hearing loop always switched on and ready for use.