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Sunflower lanyard scheme.

UCL has taken up the sunflower lanyard scheme to provide disabled staff and students with these colourful lanyards to wear to show that they have a non-visible disability. It is purely optional and lanyards can be collected for free from the campus. Information on the sunflower lanyard scheme.

UCL takes the accessibility of its online resources, documents, media and software very seriously.  The aim of this page is to provide resources and guidance on how best to work and study in accessible ways.  It links to guidance on tools to support remote working and study, on how to make your computer work best to meet your needs, and how to ensure that resources that you create yourself are accessible for others. The Digital Accessibility Hub is a dedicated space for disabled students to get advice and support with using assistive technology, and its expert staff are also able to advise staff on how to support their students.

Support available :-

UCL students and staff can contact the Student Support and Wellbeing team for further information and support available by registering our disabled students.

UCL staff can contact their departmental DSE assessor for workstation setup for their needs. Below is further information and guidance on how to get support.

UCL takes the accessibility of its online resources, documents, media and software very seriously.  The aim of this page is to provide resources and guidance on how best to work and study in accessible ways.  It links to guidance on tools to support remote working and study, on how to make your computer work best to meet your needs, and how to ensure that resources that you create yourself are accessible for others.

UCL strives to achieve Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. (AA standard).

We are working to improve the accessibility of all of our websites and online platforms and welcome feedback on how accessible our websites are for you, so that we can keep improving them. If you have any problems or suggestions please email digitalaccessibility@ucl.ac.uk.