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Resources for managing your studies

A range of options are on offer at UTS to help you manage your studies effectively.

Close up of Auslan signer's hands, with caption saying Auslan/English interpreters can be arranged on campus. Source: The Deaf Society of NSW, www.deafsocietynsw.org.au.

Auslan/English interpreters can be arranged on campus. Source: The Deaf Society of NSW

Sometimes all it takes sometimes is a simple piece of equipment. Or you might need to pull on a wider range of facilities, services and resources.

Here's what UTS offers on an on-going basis:

  • If making your own notes during lectures doesn't work for you, ask Special Needs about their notetaking service.
  • Alternative Format Service (AFS): Need key texts converted into Braille or large print? You'll need to be pro-active and well-organised to get the most out of this Library-based service.
  • Auslan/English interpreters can be arranged on campus for Deaf students.
  • Trained scribes can be provided during formal examinations.