Adaptations to lecture attendance

If you have special requirements in order to enable you to attend lectures in the best possible way, you can speak directly to the teachers or ask for our mediation

Below are some examples of adaptations to lecture attendance:

  • Record lectures independently (always ask the teacher for permission first);
  • Request material and slides in advance or at the end of the course unit;
  • Ask to reserve a seat in the first row;
  • Change lecture halls where possible for reasons strictly related to the accessibility of spaces;
  • Avail of an accessible desk in the lecture hall.

To identify other customised solutions, please contact the Service.
Remember that some adaptations must be requested well in advance to allow the University to organise the measures required.