Accessible Learning Options

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


Guidelines for Accessibility

We strive to provide learners with equal access to our digital products with an ongoing audit and remediation process. As part of this process, we have integrated WCAG 2.1 AA guidelines into our current digital product development. In addition, Jones & Bartlett Learning is working to continually improve the accessibility, usability, and compatibility with assistive technologies of our learning environments and content.

Our Learning Management Systems, Navigate and CDX Online, leverage the Moodle platform. Click here to find moodle accessibility information

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Accessibility Requests

Jones & Bartlett Learning provides alternative formats (PDF or DOC files), at no charge, to Disability Student Services (DSS) offices upon request for qualified students with a disability (as determined by the DSS).

Post-secondary institutions with the U.S. or Canada, please submit request through one of our accessibility partners:

AccessText Network

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AccessText Network at

AccessText membership is available at no cost to post-secondary education institutions throughout the United States and its territories and Canada. Members can request files and permissions from member publishers on behalf of students with verified print-related disabilities. Learn more at


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Bookshare at

Bookshare is free for qualified U.S. students and schools through an award from OSEP (Office of FSpecial Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education). People with qualifying conditions who are not U.S. students, and organizations serving them, may pay a low membership fee. If you are not currently a member of Bookshare, visit

Non-post-secondary institutions, such as Fire Academy’s, EMS training facilities, and Career and Technical Education centers, or institutions outside the United States and Canada, please use the “Request Accessible Material” button below to make your request.

Request Accessible Material