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For Use by Individuals with Print-Related Disabilities
The University of New Mexico Press is not currently enrolled in a service that allows us to distribute electronic copies of books to individuals with accessibility needs. However, the Press does grant one-time permission to institutions to produce a suitable electronic version of the required book, providing that 1) Information crediting the University of New Mexico Press as the publisher is included in the alternative-format version, and 2) Any use of the alternative-format version is restricted solely to individuals registered with the institution as having a print-related disability.