Accessible Formats

Most people are able to learn from the things they see and hear in their environment, but some disabilities interfere with one or both of these information gathering methods.

If you have sensory impairments or learning disabilities, you may need to use accessible formats such as:

  • E-text or audio files for reading textbooks and classroom materials
  • Handouts on colored paper
  • Screen enlargement software
  • Text to Speech software
  • Speech to Text software

For assistance, contact formata@linnbenton.edu