We also have study rooms dotted throughout the Library, where you can concentrate on your work. Choose between different sized rooms and make sure you select the one with the equipment that you need (e.g. PC, large screen, whiteboard).
At the end of the corridor, on the right, an accessible study room is also available for individual use by students who have been referred by the University's Student Wellbeing Service (if you require a support worker, they are welcome too). The room must be booked in advance by contacting the Walton Library Accessibility Group. You will need your University smartcard to enter, but if there are any access issues, our colleagues at the desk will be more than happy to assist you. The accessible study room includes a height adjustable desk and a PC with standard and specialist software (including JAWS text to speech, ClaroRead Plus, MindView, and Dragon Naturally Speaking). You can find other accessible study rooms at the Philip Robinson Library and the Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms.
Next stop: Just before Room H, you can turn right and find Walton 13.