Students with disabilities
For students at lusem who require talking books or other adapted literature
Adapted course litterature
Do you have dyslexia, vision impairment or other reading difficulties? If so, you can get help at the library with obtaining adapted course texts, such as talking books. Contact librarians Hanna Flood or Lars-Olof Ivarsson at email@example.com to make an appointment.
Search for and download talking books in Legimus, the Swedish Agency for Accessible Media's (MTM) catalogue. The library can provide you with a log in account.
Legimus, MTM's catalogue (in Swedish)
Guide about talking books and reading support
In this guide, you will find information about reading support, how you can download and listen to talking books, and also information about reading software.
If you have a disability, for example dyslexia, a visual impairment or ADHD, Lund University can provide you with support during your studies.
Software on the library computers
The library computers are equipped with the following support software:
- Stava Rex (spell check program, Swedish)
- Spell Right (spell check program, English)
- TorTalk (text-to-speech software)
At the university's website for accessibility tools, you will find information about digital tools that can make reading and writing easier. There is information about tools to access documents in various formats in Canvas, correct spelling programs, and the reading program EasyReader, which you can use to read talking books.