The AccessText Network helps college students with print disabilities by connecting their disability service offices directly with leading textbook publishers to obtain electronic files. These files are used to create accessible versions of the textbooks.
AccessText members can:
Request, link and download publisher textbook files more efficiently
Save time and energy by making the majority of your file requests from the same application. Less forms to fill out and faster response times.
Search, share and download accessible textbooks
Subscribe to the Textbook Exchange Library to share and access formatted files from your peers with full permission from the publishers.
Track and report what textbook files are coming in and going out
The Dashboard is a powerful web-based data management tool that brings order to your tracking, record-keeping and reporting process.
What does membership include?
- Basic Membership includes the Request/Search/Track service and 2 account logins.
- Premium Membership includes the Basic Membership plus a subscription to the Textbook Exchange Library.
Who is eligible to join?
- Post-secondary institutions within the US and its territories.
Who is authorized to be an account contact?
- A staff person who is primarily an employee of a disabled student services office at an eligible institution.