- The University of Edinburgh
There are accessible study rooms available in the Main Library and the Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library. These areas are allocated to students who require additional learning support or the use of assistive technology. Accessible PCs are available across campus.
If you would like to find out about how to obtain use of an accessible study room please contact the Student Disability Service to arrange a consultation.
If you are allocated a study room, a key will be assigned to you, for which you'll have to pay a £10 deposit. Once you collect your key, you can start booking accessible study rooms through the online booking system on MyEd. You can book a room for up to 3 hours at a time.
There are 15 accessible study rooms on Floor 1 of the Main Library:
There are 2 accessible study rooms on the first floor of the Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library at King's Buildings, both with assistive technology. Both rooms in the Murray Library are sole occupancy.
There is one accessible study room on the right hand side of the ground floor. There is no assistive technology in this room other than a large screen monitor. This room is sole occupancy.
If you have a key for a Main Library accessible study rooms 4-7 or 13-15 it will work on the doors of the rooms at King’s Buildings. Spaces can be booked via the usual MyEd booking system.
In addition to the accessible study rooms, there are a number of accessible PCs with assistive software and hardware available at different locations. Some assistive software is available on all open-access PCs.
To request this document in an alternative format, such as large print or on coloured paper, please contact Viki Galt, the Disability Information Officer.