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

Bellevue University

The University of North Carolina

Bellevue University

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

The University of North Carolina

We can get books more quickly than we used to from publishers. Thank you so much! Debbie Lowery, Accommodations Coordinator

Westmoreland County Community College

The University of Toledo

Westmoreland County Community College

Once you get through the training and use it a couple of times, it becomes very easy to use. Just type in your information and you are ready to go. Mary Ellen Beres, Counselor

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