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Company Name: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Website: http://www.hup.harvard.edu/rights/permissions-frequently-asked-questions.html#alternative-formats
Instructions: How can I get an HUP work in an alternative format for use by those with print-related disabilities? The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that higher education institutions provide individuals with print-related disabilities access to educational materials in a format that facilitates learning. To support these institutions, Harvard University Press has partnered with Bookshare to create and distribute alternative formats of HUP books. New titles are prepared by Bookshare on a seasonal basis, and backlist titles not already on their list can be requested by special order. If you need help, please contact Bookshare directly at (650) 352-0198. Other nonprofits, including Learning Ally, can also prepare alternative formats upon request. Please note that we ourselves do not create or maintain these alternative format versions; any requests to download or use these files should be directed to Bookshare or Learning Ally. For individuals who rely upon the accessibility features of a consumer eBook-reading device, all HUP eBooks have Text-to-Speech enabled. HUP eBooks are available for sale at many popular eBook retailers. If none of these options meets your institutionís needs, Harvard University Press has no objection to your producing a suitable version of one of our works, provided that (1) all copyright information, as it appears in the front pages of our book, is included in your alternative format version, and (2) the use of said version is restricted to individuals registered with your institution as having a print-related disability. In the event your institution decides to create its own file, please know that the Permissions Department is unable to furnish print copies for this purpose.
AccessText Member: No
Imprints: Belknap Press
Information Last Updated: 10-16-2017
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