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National Dyslexia Resource Centre (NDRC)

The Library is a specialist resource centre that contains materials on teaching, learning and assessment and current research in the field of Dyslexia and related Specific Learning Difficulties in both electronic and hard copy formats.

The NDRC is based in Egham, Surrey and is open to those who are Guild members.

Resources for Specialist Teachers available online

The Guild provides its members with a wealth of information relating to Dyslexia and SpLDs through its online library, a single easy to access online platform that produces focused search results. The National Training and Resource Centre for Dyslexia holds hardcopy archives for the association and also provides a unique e-Resources Collection, covering the fields of Dyslexia and other co-occurring difficulties, through its special online library collection of e-books, Dyslexia Review journal articles and other related media. The library holds key books and journals from internationally recognised publishers in the field of Dyslexia and related areas, all accessible by members 24/7.

Access the Online Library here 

If you are a Dyslexia Guild Member and do not have a login or have forgotten your details, please contact

Opening Times for the Collection at 7 High Street, Egham:

The collection contains archive resources, loan copies of assessment tests and hardcopy books. It is open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm including school holidays. Please phone before visiting to ensure staff are available.

Join The Dyslexia Guild

More information about how to join The Dyslexia Guild and gain access to the library along with many other benefits can be found here.

More information about bequests and donations can be found here.

Please call 01784 222342 or email to ask any further questions you may have about the Library.