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.
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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.
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Oxford University Press is committed to making our publications available to as many of our readers as possible.
1. Many of our publications are now available in e-book format which may be suitable for your specific needs. Please click on the following link to our catalogue: http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/category/academic.do/ giving the ISBN or title and this will take you through to the publication. Click onto the title in the thumbnail, this will bring up more information about the book and: Also available as: Paperback | eBook . If you click on the e-book link this will let you know where you can obtain a copy.
2. Oxford University Press will provide an electronic file/s, or grant permission for the creation of an electronic format for limited use of our titles to Educational institutions for use by their visually impaired students and these will usually be in pdf format. Please complete the Accessibility Request Form and return it to Accessibility Resources (email@example.com) to apply. Please read the conditions carefully.
Andromeda Oxford Ltd.
Edward Arnold Publishers
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)