Meet with the coordinators if you have questions about targeted study support in higher education.
Drop-in opening hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:00 - 11:30
In order to receive support, you must have a certificate stating that your disability is permanent or long-term. If you have a documented disability and need targeted study support in your studies, follow the link to find more information about how to apply for support.
Read more and apply at www.nais.uhr.se
Disability is defined as: a permanent physical, mental or intellectual limitation of a person’s functional capacity that is a consequence of injury or illness existed at birth, has arisen since then or can be excepted to arise (Discrimination Act, 2008:567)
At University West we offer for example the following forms of learning support:
Read more about our pedagogical support.
For those with dyslexia or other reading difficulties, TorTalk is installed on all library computers, which is a text-to-speech program.
TorTalk is a reading tool that can read out loud all kinds of text at your computer screen. It works for all ebooks, locked PDF files and text within scanned images. Of course also for webpages and word processing tools. The program is free to install on your private computer.
Read more at www.tortalk.se
The software that is installed at the computers in the resource center are:
Take care not to send any sensitive information or documentation to us by email. Communication with the university by email constitutes a public document.
All data that can be linked to your person is handled in accordance to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Read more about GDPR and how we handle your personal data at University West (in swedish) or visit the official EU Commision GDPR website.