E-Files for Visually Impaired Students
John Wiley & Sons is a participating member of the AccessText Network (ATN). The ATN provides a common interface for Disabled Student Service offices and providers to request, track, and receive electronic files for college textbooks on behalf of students with print-related disabilities. The ATN is an initiative of the Association for American Publishers and is being supported by the leading academic publishers in the country. Please visit www.accesstext.org for more information on how to become a member.
Otherwise to request an e-file, have the disability center at the institution where you are enrolled submit a signed e-file statement to John Wiley & Sons Inc. either by fax: (201) 748-6008 or to the mailing address as follows:
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
111 River St. MS 4-02
Hoboken, NJ 07030-5774
Fax: (201) 748-6008
Please note that not all Wiley books are available as e-files. If this is the case with the book you require, we will advise your institution and authorize them to create electronic files from the print version of the book instead.
E-Files will be delivered by Wiley's Production Information Department in an e-mail attachment, as a download from Wiley's FTP site, or on CD-ROM. You may choose to receive your E-file in PDF, Microsoft Word or ASCI text as necessary. A limited number of Wiley titles are available in HTML or XML.
If you have not received your E-file for the requested title(s) within 15 business days of your submission, please contact Dominick Mosco at (201) 748-8634.
If you require an audio version of your text instead of an E-File, you should contact Readings for the Blind & Dyslexic. If Readings for the Blind & Dyslexic does not currently have the title you are requesting available in audio format, or if you require a large-print or Braille version of your text, please contact the Permissions Department at the above address for a license to have an audio, large-print, or Braille edition of the title made by your school.
Contact information for disability requests from other publishers may be found at the new AAP website at www.publisherlookup.org.