Accessibility

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Accessible Options that Allow Students to Read and Learn Their Way

Jones & Bartlett Learning is committed to providing accessible content for all by building educational solutions that are flexible and deliver practical accommodations of our products to students with learning differences.

Young student studying in a library using audio to aid in learning

Textbooks currently in an accessible format can be found at the following resources:

American Printing House

Braille, large-print, and digital textbooks.

Learning Ally

Braille, large-print, and digital textbooks.

National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled Library of Congress

Braille, large-print, and digital textbooks.

To make an accessibility request,
select your type of institution:

Post-secondary institutions within the U.S. or Canada

post secondary

Submit all requests through AccessText Network at http://www.accesstext.org/

Non-post-secondary institutions or institutions outside the U.S or Canada

post secondary

Jones & Bartlett Learning provides electronic files, at no charge, to Disability Student Services (DSS) offices upon request for qualified students with a disability (as determined by the DSS). Requests must come from the institution's designated accessibility officer or legal entity authorized to act on behalf of the institution. Files will only be provided to the requesting institution. Requests directly from students will not be processed.

eBook delivery process

How are accessible texts delivered?

Requests fulfilled directly by Jones & Bartlett Learning are typically delivered via FTP in a .ZIP archive. Login information and instructions are supplied via the email address submitted in the request. If the requested files have not been received within three weeks of the request, please contact Jones & Bartlett Learning. Jones & Bartlett Learning is not responsible for lost or blocked email transmissions.

Terms and Conditions

While Jones & Bartlett Learning uses commercially reasonable efforts to make provided materials accessible, due to certain technological barriers related to converting content, unexpected errors may be made during conversion processes. All content is delivered "as is", and, in addition to all other applicable terms and conditions, Jones & Bartlett Learning makes no warranty as to its use or performance.

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