Print Material in Accessible Formats
Examples of accessible formats:
- audio recording
- large print
- a format that can be read using text-to-speech technology on a computer, cell phone, or tablet
The term "e-text" refers to electronic files of print media. Student Disability Services (SDS) can provide you with an e-text version of your textbooks and other academic materials. If needed, we can convert the e-text into Braille.
Students receiving e-text are required by New York State to purchase textbooks that are to be converted to e-text.
If you have been approved to receive alternate formats of class materials as an accommodation, please see our process for requesting accessible formats.