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(Oct 16/09) The support person, for an individual in a wheel chair, expressed concern about the difficulty of entering and exiting the reading pavilion. The glass doors do not have automatic door opening features. The support person felt the door were difficult to open and close while assisting a person in a wheel chair. Verbal comments made on Oct 15, 2009; entered by staff C. Erskine

Library response:

Thank you for bringing this to our attention.  We will see if it is possible to add an automatic opener to one of the doors in the Reading Pavilion.  In the meantime, please ask one of our staff members to help you whenever you come into the library. 

UPDATE:  On further investigation we found that there IS an automatic door opener on the west door into the Reading Pavilion, the one closest to the bottom of the stairs but not the one more directly on the route from the elevator. 


(Oct 25/09)
Answered by: Liz Bayley (Director, Health Sciences Library)

Categories: Customer Service, Study Space, Health Sciences  |  Permalink