Lecture venues around the university use technology to help those with hearing disabilities.
Loop systems are electromagnetic-induction loops that amplify the sound from a microphone, and broadcast it directly to a hearing aid.
Most hearing aids have different programmes to allow for different listening environments. One of these programmes is referred to as the t-coil setting. This is the setting needed to receive the direct signal from the loop.
It is not always practical to loop an entire venue when it is very large, so in some cases the university has decided to loop only a section of the venue. This is clearly indicated by appropriate signage.
If you wear a hearing aid but find that you are unable to access the loop in any of the venues listed below, please SMS or email the Disability Service immediately, so they can take the necessary steps to correct the problem.