Any textbook. Any publisher. Any format.
AMAC Accessibility is committed to the promotion of technological innovation and the development of user-centered research, products, and services for individuals with disabilities. As a research and service center within Georgia Tech’s College of Design, we address unmet needs in higher education, government, non-profits, and corporations by providing accessible and inclusive environments for the universal benefit of all.
The Association of American Publishers is the trade association for U.S. book publishers, providing advocacy and communications on behalf of the industry. The AAP, eight member publishers, and AMAC founded AccessText Network in 2009 to 478 member-schools.
The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) joins ATN on a journey of improving college textbook accessibility. The focus of the collaboration stems from linking ATN with the APH Louis database, which contains 200,000 titles in accessible formats for K-12 and post-secondary level students.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia was created in 1931 as a part of a reorganization of Georgia's state government. With this act, public higher education in Georgia was unified for the first time under a single governing and management authority.
The Alternate Text Production Center's (ATPC) mission is to produce electronic text (e-text) and braille learning materials for students with print disabilities. They specialize in post-secondary products to include formatted e-text files, complex Braille transcription, Braille embossing, and tactile graphics.