Library materials for print disabled studentsWe can get accessible electronic copies of reading list materials for those with a visual or print impairment.
Module Leaders are responsible for liaising with us to find more accessible alternative reading.
For more help contact us via Ask us
Step 1 Do we have a suitable e-book or e-journal article*?
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Step 2 Is it available as a digitised extracts available via ReadingLists@Anglia or via a VLE module? If it is not accessible these can be emailed to the student.
Step 3 If we do not have an e-book, we may be able to purchase one. Contact us.
Step 4 If we cannot buy an e-book use the digitisation service for a digitised copy* of a chapter of the book. This will then be available for all students via ReadingList@Anglia or it can be uploaded to your VLE module.
Step 5 We may be able to get a PDF from the publisher for print disabled users. Contact us.
Please note that:
- The publisher may only provide a digital copy if either we or the student owns a print copy of the title.
- Older titles (published prior to 2000) may not be available.
Wider Reading:The British Library can provide accessible items for those with a visual impairment. Our Interlibrary loans team can help with placing a loan: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know the format you need when making a request in the free text note box.
* Please note that not all digitised documents and e-books will be accessible. Digitised documents may require additional work from a Transcription Service.