We supply files to two organizations that serve educational institutions in the USA and Canada, AccessText Network and Bookshare by Benetech.
If you provide Disability Services for a post-secondary educational institution in the U.S. or Canada and need to obtain material for a student with a documented print disability, please place your request on the AccessText Network. If you are not yet a member of AccessText, please sign up for a free membership at www.accesstext.org. Questions about AccessText can be sent to email@example.com.
Accessible versions of many books published by Springer Nature and its imprints are available through Bookshare ( www.bookstore.org). Bookshare is the largest library in the world of accessible books for people with severe print disabilities (severe dyslexia, low-vision, blindness, or mobility impairment). Bookshare makes titles available in a wide variety of formats: Bookshare is an initiative of Benetech, a technology nonprofit based in Palo Alto, California, that provides technology solutions for social causes, including human rights and the environment in addition to literacy.
Here's a link to more copy: https://www.bookshare.org/cms/bookshare-me
If you don't subscribe to any of the aforementioned services, please contact us directly with the information specified below and we will be happy to handle your request manually.
Title of publication
Author of publication
Name of requester
We aim to respond to all our requests within 7 working days with some delays during peak times such as semester start.
If you haven't already visited www.publisherlookup.org.uk please do so. You can use the site to look for contact details for any publisher from whom you might need to source electronic files and find out what information you need to supply.
This information was last updated on May, 8th 2019.