The AccessText Network facilitates the delivery of textbooks in electronic format to higher education institutions for use by students with disabilities. AccessText incorporates information on over 300,000 titles from leading textbook publishers. For more information on membership visit www.accesstext.org.
If you are a publisher who would like information about participating in the Publisher Look-Up Service or the AccessText Network, please contact us.
If you are seeking an electronic format of a book or permission to scan it, please contact your campus DSS office. The DSS office is responsible for certifying student eligibility for accommodations and is typically the publisher's main point of contact.
The Publisher Look-Up Service is a joint initiative of the Association of American Publishers and the AccessText Network. It was established to help college and university Disability Support Services (DSS) professionals find the correct publisher contact from whom to request electronic files of textbooks in order to support students with print-related disabilities.
You can search our database by publisher or imprint name, or browse it alphabetically. If you cannot find the publisher you need or if you believe the contact information we have is in error, please contact us. For best practices on making requests to publishers, please read the Request Guidelines.
Click on a letter or number to see a sorted list of publishers and imprints. Imprints are brand names used by publishers for different groups of titles. Direct your requests to the publisher who owns the imprint.