Library users who would like to make use of the Assistive Technology Centre and additional services should first contact Disability Services or the Neurodiversity Support team who will make a referral and provide us with an initial assessment of your requirements. Your local library site representative will then be able to put the necessary arrangements in place for you.
You can book a 1-2-1 if you need support accessing these services. Please see our Library Services for Additional Needs guide.
Find out about how using assistive and productivity tools can help you study.
Mindmapping can be a useful tool for all students. Mind maps can help you plan, organise information and easily see how ideas relate to one another while also seeing the “bigger picture” when it can be easy to get bogged down in detail. Mind Genius mindmapping software is available on all City pcs via the programmes menu.
Here are some ideas about how mindmapping can support your study, whether you choose to use software, online tools or pen and paper.
Below is a mind map about Mindmapping. Put your main idea, topic or essay title at the centre. For this mind map it is : Mindmapping. Each of the branches is described below, from top right clockwise.