Recorded: May 8, 2015 – It’s course registration time on college campuses and higher ed disability service providers are bracing themselves for alternative format requests. If your office relies on chopping and scanning books, join this webinar to learn about more efficient procedures for getting digital text and audio books to your students by the first day of the Fall semester.
- A brief review of laws related to the provision of course materials in alternative formats
- Sources of postsecondary textbooks in digital text and audio formats
- Suggested components of an effective workflow
- Supporting student access to digital books with assistive technology (AT)
Audience: Providers of higher ed disability support services
Cynthia Curry, Coordinator of Disability Services, University of New England
- Speakers’ Notes – PDF
- Link to archived recording of this webinar – requires Flash.
- UNE Documents from Disability Services