E-text and Braille

Print Material in Accessible Formats 

Many courses are using already accessible electronic course materials. For materials that are not accessible, we can provide you with accessible formats.

Examples of accessible formats:

  • e-text
  • Braille
  • large print

The term "e-text" refers to electronic files of print media (such as Word documents or PDFs). Typically, these files are formatted to be used with text-to-speech technology such as Capti Voice.

You can also use Assistive Technology Centers on campus (in CIT computer labs and in Cornell Libraries) to convert e-text document into the format that works best for you.

If you have been approved to receive accessible formats of class materials as an accommodation, please see our process for requesting accessible formats.