Commitment to Support
http://webaim.org/intro/) identifies the major categories of people with disabilities as:
Visual: Blindness, low vision, color-blindness
Hearing: Deafness and hard-of-hearing
Motor: Inability to use a mouse and/or other peripherals, slow response time, limited fine motor control
Cognitive: Learning disabilities, distractibility, inability to remember or focus on large amounts of information
Upon request, with no additional cost, Macmillan Learning will provide accessible materials such as instructor and student resources (e.g., lecture slides, quizzes, PDFs, etc.), and eBooks (or alternate book formats) to Accessibility/Disability Support
Services offices for qualified instructors and students with disabilities and for instructors supporting students with disabilities.
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To obtain accessible materials, please review our accessibility partners’ sites and/or visit our support site:
Accessibility Partner: Access Text Network
For Higher Ed requests only
Macmillan Learning is proud to partner with AccessText Network (ATN). AccessText Network is a clearinghouse for accessible files from all major higher education publishers. AccessText is a conduit between the publishing world and colleges and universities
across the country, with a shared mission to ensure students with disabilities have equal access to their textbooks in an accessible format and in a timely manner. Accessible Texts may be ordered directly from Macmillan Learning or via AccessText Network.
Accessibility Partner: BookShare
Macmillan Learning is also proud to partner with Bookshare. Bookshare serves users around the world and ensures that content is available to people with print disabilities at the same time as their peers. Bookshare makes its services available, free
of charge, to all qualifying students in the United States through an award from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Bookshare members may download Macmillan Learning textbooks in a compressed, encrypted file
and can then read the material using adaptive technology or Braille access devices, such as refreshable Braille displays.
If you are unable to find the accessible materials you need from our partners, please click the button below to continue to our Instructor Support Community. Once there, click the Contact Tech Support button to fill out a request form (this could take
a minute to load). For accessibility requests and questions, please select ‘Accessibility’ under the ‘Topic’ drop down.
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