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[http://accesstext.org/accessible-textbook-finder The Accessible Textbook Finder] is a tool that helps people find alternate formats of books.
 
[http://accesstext.org/accessible-textbook-finder The Accessible Textbook Finder] is a tool that helps people find alternate formats of books.
Simply search by ISBN or title and the Accessible Textbook Finder will return up to 5 results from the following organizations/companies: AccessText Network, the Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation, Bookshare, Learning Ally, Louis database, National Library Service, Open Library, Project Gutenberg, and VitalSource. You may then choose to navigate to that provider's website to obtain the book.<br><br><br>
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Simply search by ISBN or title and the Accessible Textbook Finder will return up to 5 results from the following organizations/companies: AccessText Network, the Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation, Bookshare, Learning Ally, Louis database, National Library Service, Open Library, Project Gutenberg, RedShelf, and VitalSource. You may then choose to navigate to that provider's website to obtain the book.<br><br><br>
 
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Latest revision as of 16:59, 27 February 2020

The Accessible Textbook Finder is a tool that helps people find alternate formats of books. Simply search by ISBN or title and the Accessible Textbook Finder will return up to 5 results from the following organizations/companies: AccessText Network, the Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation, Bookshare, Learning Ally, Louis database, National Library Service, Open Library, Project Gutenberg, RedShelf, and VitalSource. You may then choose to navigate to that provider's website to obtain the book.


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