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Library help and support for students with a disability

Everyone has the right to study at Stockholm School of Economics on equal terms. If you have any kind of reading and writing difficulties, the library offers many services that can help in your studies.

Basic information about the support we offer

Students with print disabilities have the possibility to request course books to be recorded as talking books or adapted to Braille by MTM - The Swedish Agency of Accessible Media.

The talking books can be found in MTM's library catalog Legimus. They can be read on a smartphone, a computer or a daisy player. 

Students with this need can book an appointment here. Choose the alternative "Introduction to Legimus". Please note that you need to log in with your SSE credentials.

For further information:

MTM's service for students with reading difficulties

TorTalk

TorTalk is a tool that converts text to speech. It can be used on most kinds of text – webpages, PDFs, articles, e-books etc. The interface is simple and user friendly. It’s easy to personalize the settings and start reading. 

TorTalk can be used by all students and staff at SSE. Get access here. 

For more information and a short demo: 

TorTalk 

 

SSE's Academic support for students

On the page Academic support for students you will have all the information you need to apply for special assistance. Contact person is Joakim Blom, SSE's coordinator for students with disabilities.