The AccessText Resource Center

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The Textbook Market is Changing Fast

We created the AccessText Resource Center to help service providers, students, faculty, and publishers find the products, services, and up-to-date accessibility information they need.

The Resource Center is available to everyone. No membership required!


Accessible Textbook Finder

The Accessible Textbook Finder searches multiple vendors by ISBN or title, and provides the combined results with links to the source. Each vendor has their own policies and accessibility features.


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Publisher Look-Up

Publisher Look-Up helps you locate the appropriate contact at publishing houses from whom to request electronic files or permissions for their publications.


For alternative media formats and production techniques, assistive technology information, and other resources including video tutorials, visit the DSS-AMC Portal on the AccessText Wiki.

Webinars & Training

Our webinars provide information to help disability services office staff to better serve their students. Each webinar is a 30 minute to 1 hour presentation about a product or service of interest to higher education disability service providers.

Training materials for the AccessText application are available on our wiki.