The Digital Accessibility Hub is a dedicated IT workroom that provides improved access for disabled students.
The Digital Accessibility Hub
The Digital Accessibility Hub has a range of specific hardware and software designed to assist disabled students to study independently, including Dragon, Inspiration, Read & Write Gold, ZoomText and more.
There are a range of adapted workstations and ergonomic accessories to suit most people and additional adaptations are possible depending on the individual need.
Where is it?
The Digital Accessibility Hub is located at ground floor level, in room B10 of the Wilkins building, Gower Street, near the Print Room Café and the Student Shop.
The room is wheelchair accessible from the lift at South Junction of the Wilkins Building or from the entrance to the UCL campus on Gordon Street next to the Bloomsbury Theatre.
How can I get access to the Digital Accessibility Hub?
The room is available for use by students registered with UCL Student Support and Wellbeing. Opening hours are 9.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m. Monday - Sunday.
Inductions and further training are available along with on-site support from the Digital Accessibility Technologists, Michele Farmer and Reena Babu. Please contact UCL Student Support and Wellbeing on 020 7679 0100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an induction session.
Digital Accessibility Technologists contact details (after an induction)
Tel: 020 7679 2809