Alternate Formats refers to printed materials provided in a different, accessible, format. While this can mean braille or large print, it primarily referred to accessibly digital formats that can be read accurately by specialized software. (Like text-to-speech or screen reading tools.)
- Students who need textbooks or documents converted can request digital accessible versions by using the request form found on our website.
Due to the time-intensive nature of this process, if we are aware a student may be in your class next semester SAS will attempt to reach out to you before the start of class to gain access to course materials.
If your course already uses accessible material we might not need to convert any documents. The following information provides a guide for how to find and create accessible materials.