The AccessText Network Continues to Grow: 60,000 requests in 2012; 80,000 requests in 2013; 94,000 requests in 2014; 99,000 requests in 2015; and 102,000 requests in 2016.
Request Files from Leading Textbook Publishers: Elsevier, Lynne Rienner Publishers Sinauer Associates, Jones & Bartlett Learning F.A. Davis Company , Cengage Learning, W.W. Norton, Springer Publishing, SAGE Publications, Inc., McGraw-Hill Education, Pearson Education, John Wiley & Sons., Macmillan Higher Education Kogan Page, Image: books
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The AccessText Network welcomes new member publishers RosettaBooks, Charles C. Thomas Publisher, and Labyrinth Learning
 

Post-secondary members can request files and permissions from leading publishers with one simple form. All post-secondary institutions in the United States and Canada are eligible to join at no cost.

AccessText is an efficient system for publishers to process disability-related requests from post-secondary institutions. Publishers large and small are encouraged to join.

The AccessText Resource Center has tools, tips, and useful information on a variety of accessibility topics with no membership required.

What Our Members Are Saying

York College

The University of Toledo

York College

I don't have to go to every publisher to request alternate formats. Lisa Maycock, Disability Accommodations Specialist

The University of Toledo

AccessText has been such a great help increasing the efficiency of our services. It is a great asset to have and a pleasure working with. John Satkowski, Academic Accommodation Specialist

Kirkwood Community College

Bellevue University

Kirkwood Community College

AccessText has been a great help to our department. With their super fast service, we are able to get books within a day sometimes. Suchetha Annira, Student Support Specialist

Bellevue University

ATN provides the book files that I need faster than contacting the publisher personally. Paul Arithi, Disability Services Specialist