Current Students

Accessible course materials

Further information

Exam alternatives

Online Resources

Physical access

Disability officers

Disability support worker

UniAccess arranges the conversion of course materials to alternative formats, such as RTF, DAISY or Braille, for students who have a print disability.

Obtaining course materials

If you have course material that you are unable to access due to a lack of captioning or visual description please contact UniAccess as soon as possible.UniAccess will liaise with unit coordinators to obtain course materials and we will search for existing accessible formats. If these are not available, we will contract an agency to undertake the appropriate data conversion.The turnaround time for conversion is unpredictable: let us know your needs as soon as you know the units you are enrolling in.

The turn around time for conversion is unpredictable: let us know your needs as soon as you know the units you are enrolling in.

Lecture recordings

Echo360 lecture recordings provide access to your lectures in the library, computer laboratory or at home. If you require this service due to your medical condition or disability and your lectures are not currently recorded you can either:

  • talk to your unit coordinator
  • ask UniAccess staff to make this request on your behalf.

Other services

LMS and Course Materials Online are other important tools at UWA that facilitate access for students with a range of learning needs.

For a comprehensive overview of these and more see the StudySmarter fact sheet: