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  • It is basically just easy to use! I’ve never had an issue with it and if I had any questions - easy to get in touch with people to answer my questions. So, really overall a great experience.

    Ashley Ciccolini Assistant Director of Student Accessibility Services, Florida Atlantic University
  • I think it’s a fabulous resource. I appreciate that there is a central resource somewhere that I can go to get all of the information I need.

    Cindy Morgan Senior Coordinator of Disability Support Services, Palo Alto College
  • The big thing is the different file formats, we can get the PDF, we can get DOC or sometimes TXT formats, so it makes it easy, comes right in the email and is quickly downloadable. I mean, you couldn’t ask for much more than that!

    David Sanford Adaptive Technology Coordinator, Austin Peay State University
  • The biggest way that AccessText impacts my work is that it’s the first place that I go to when I’m searching for an accessible textbook. If they have it, it saves me time and money and it makes sure that my students get accessible textbooks in the fastest way possible.

    Stephanie Staley Disability Support Services Coordinator, Concordia University Portland
  • AccessText is just wonderful. The interface is really easy to use. It’s really easy to search for books. The turnaround time is remarkably fast.

    Nicole Subik Assistant Director of Learning Support Services, Villanova University
  • It makes it so much easier not having to scan a book myself… just having the publisher-quality PDF is incredibly invaluable.

    Neal Sorenson Assistive Technology Specialist, Naropa University

Any textbook. Any publisher. Any format. 



Association of American Publishers

The Association of American Publishers (AAP) is the trade association for U.S. book publishers, providing advocacy and communications on behalf of the industry.

Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation

The Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation (CIDI) 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 De

Board of Regents of the University Sytem of Georgia

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.

Alternate Text Production Center

The Alternate Text Production Center's (ATPC) mission is to produce electronic text (e-text) and braille learning materials for students with print disabilities.

Dolphin Computer Access

A UK-based company, Dolphin has expanded its services to the United States.

"It is our vision is to deliver independence to people with vision and print impairments all over the world." — Noel Duffy, Dolphin Computer Access

Learning Ally

Learning Ally and ATN focus on improving the process by which Disability Service Providers at colleges and universities locate and acquire alternate format materials appropriate to the needs of their students.

Learn more about Learning Ally. 

Tools for Life

Tools for Life, Georgia's Assistive Technology Act Program, is dedicated to increasing access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) devices and services for Georgians of all ages and disabilities.

Learn more about Tools for Life.