Reading and writing support
Students with dyslexia, vision impairment, physical or cognitive disabilities, can get help from the Library with adjusted course literature as for example talking books, braille or enlarged electronic text.
If required we can offer you help with note-taking, mentor support, and a longer time for examinations. Information about what kind of support and how to get it are found on Lund University’s central student pages.
Contact Johnny Jönsson to get:
- Log-in to Legimus – the library with talking books
- Order new reading of course literature
- Extended time for borrowed course literature
With the speech synthesis software TorTalk, you are able to listen to digital text, books, and articles. You can download the software on the Lund University Library’s website.
Guide about reading support
To discuss and get help, contact our librarian Johnny Jönsson.
Until further notice, the Biology library information desk will be open Monday–Friday 10-12 and 13–15.
However, you will not be allowed to get into the main library room, the library staff will handle all requests and questions from the information desk.
As usual, you are welcome to email your questions to biologibiblioteket [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se which we will answer during regular working hours.