Lapland University Consortium Library aims at improving the accessibility of services and facilities by removing any obstacles that may hinder the student and staff from concentrating primarily on their work or study.
Celia Audio Books
Celia borrows textbooks to all print disabled university students, who find it difficult to read printed text. Books that can be borrowed are either talking books or hybrid books. A hybrid book contains a printed text of a book in electronic form, read aloud with a synthetic computer voice.
Celia’s study materials can be used by all students studying in Finland who are unable to read printed books. If you are a print-disabled person, you can contact our library by e-mail, by phone or by visiting:
Patrons may turn on accessibility mode themselves with their screen reader – no librarian or tech support needed. For patrons who do not use screen readers, their administrator may ask for accessibility mode to be turned on via the Contact Us web form.