We endeavour to meet the needs of our users and make our services available to all.


Please contact our User Services Manager to discuss any particular needs or concerns you may have regarding access to Library services on 020 8725 5291 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Accessibility at St George's Library [PDF]


The Library has wheelchair access.

Orientation Tours

Staff can provide one-to-one orientation tours of the Library facilities. Please contact Rosalind Ogden or your Liaison Librarian to arrange a time.

Using e-resources and IT

One-to-one training in the use of Library resources can be provided. Please ask at the Research Enquiries Desk (11am-4pm, Monday to Friday), tel: 0208 725 5514 or see your Liaison Librarian.


Library staff can retrieve items from the shelves for you. Please ask at the Research Enquiries Desk or Library Helpdesk in the first instance.


One-week loan items can be issued for two weeks, three-week loans can be issued for six weeks. *Please note that fines on overdue items still apply.

Photocopying and printing

If you need to reclaim photocopying or printing costs, staff can issue a receipt for any monies added to a printing account. Library staff can also demonstrate how to use copiers and scanners to enlarge text.

Computing facilities

Contact the User Services manager (details at the top of this page) for assistance with chair positions, screen displays, and font size for PCs in the Library Computer rooms.

Assistive technologies

Inspiration mind-mapping software is available on all the PCs in the Computer Rooms on Level 1, Hunter Wing.

Furniture and equipment

There are six height adjustable tables in the newly refurbished space. Please ask at the Helpdesk if you need to adjust the height.

A daylight lamp is available on short-loan (4 hours) from the Helpdesk - for use in the Library only.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 04 October 2017 10:23

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