Inclusivity Division

Inclusivity Section


RCU strives to build and support an equal, diverse and inclusive university community. On this page you will find information about initiatives undertaken across the University which demonstrate this commitment The division works with students who have different impairments. These impairments include but not limited to: Visual impairment Hearing impairment Physical impairment

Bookshare is an accessible digital library for people with print disabilities. There are over half a million titles available. Materials are downloaded from their website instantly in the DAISY file format, which can be converted to audio, Braille, or large print. Bookshare makes reading easier. People with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers can customize their experience to suit their learning style and find virtually any book they need for school, work, or the joy of reading. Journal databases Some databases contain journals, e-books, audio books etc. It is therefore the duty of the librarian to look for databases that provide access to ebooks and refer them to respective students Accessing databases (On campus and off campus) Brail Books Software (JAWS and NVDA) ICT training especially keyboard short cuts Sign language ( to staff) The staff are also trained on how to use sign language for instance singing the national anthem in sign language etc.