This white paper, published by the Association of Research Libraries and the University of Virginia Library, “analyzes how institutions of higher education can meet their mission of providing all students with equitable access to information within the current legal framework.” This white paper was supported by a larger grant awarded to University of Virginia by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
This site was developed by Dr. Robert Englebretson, a professor at Rice University, to present information on IPA Braille, along with other useful resources related to IPA Braille, including relevant software and fonts.
The Music Section of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress includes a circulating collection of braille, large print, and recorded instructional materials and a subscription program of magazines produced in braille, on cassette, and in large print.
Free membership that provides accessible books and periodicals to students.
Learning Ally provides audio books for students with disabilities. California Community Colleges have access through a grant provided by the CCCCO DSPS Program. This link takes you to the web portal for California Community Colleges, and provides contact information for the grant representative.
The CCC Accessibility Center Help Desk provides answers and information regarding web accessibility issues common to California Community Colleges. Ask questions about websites, online videos, web applications, or mobile app accessibility to get a response from accessibility subject matter experts.