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Alternative Text Resources

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Before you buy a hard copy of your textbook, check first to see if it is available in digital or eBook format. This will save you money and time in requesting an alternative format through the Office of Disability Services.

Here are some good resources to check:

Amazon eTextbooks, eBooks, and Audio books

iTunes eBooks and Audiobooks. Plus check out the iBooks app.

Learn more about Adobe’s Digital Editions which can be used with JAWS software. You can also download eBooks from many public libraries using this app.

eBook.com

Audible

All You Can Audio and eBooks

Audiobooks.com

With OverDrive, you can borrow and enjoy free eBooks, audiobooks, and more from your library or school's digital collection. All you need to get started is an internet connection and a library card or student ID. They also have an app you can download to your smartphone.

Also check the attached document to learn about more resources.