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Accessibility

Audio, Large Print, Braille, Daisy and E-files

Audio Books -  Over 1,500 Wiley titles are available to purchase in audio format, please search the full catalogue on Audible

Learning Ally - You may also contact Learning Ally, a national non-profit dedicated to helping blind, visually impaired and dyslexic students succeed in education. Learning Ally holds a large collection of human narrated audio books and literature.

Access Text Network - Wiley 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.

Bookshare - Wiley titles are also available through Bookshare. If you cannot read traditional print books because of a visual impairment, physical disability or severe learning disability, Bookshare can provide high quality text-to-speech voices, Daisy, Braille and large print.  To use Bookshare an expert must confirm that you have a print disability that prevents you from reading traditional print materials.  Please visit www.bookshare.org for further information on this option.

Otherwise to request an e-file, have the disability center at the institution where you are enrolled submit a signed e-file statement to Wiley by emailing permissions@wiley.com.

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.

Alt Text - Starting in 2015, Wiley began including alternative text (alt text) in many books. More information can be found on the Wiley Exchanges blog post.  Alt text provides contextual meaning to images and illustrations enabling access to images for assistive technology and read-aloud for users who wish to listen to a book.