Answered By: Susan Smith
Last Updated: 03 Sep 2018

If you have a print impairment you will need books in an accessible format, usually electronic. You may find the Library’s ever increasing collection of eBooks useful. See the advice on how to make electronic resources (including eBooks) more accessible.

If eBooks are still not accessible to you, you may be eligible to use the Alternative Formats service.

What is the Alternative Formats service?

Am I eligible to use the Alternative Formats service?

You can also use SensusAccess to convert files into more accessible formats. 

Please note that your course team is responsible for ensuring the accessibility of course documents such as your module handbook.

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