[Athen] Alternate format textbook sources

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Sun Sep 2 19:14:12 PDT 2018

All of the resources that used to be housed with the High Tech Training Center are also still available but are no longer with HTTC. I'll see if I can find a link and pass it on.
Wink Harner
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-------- Original message --------From: Shelley Haven <ShelleyHaven at techpotential.net> Date: 9/2/18 12:43 PM (GMT-08:00) To: ATHEN <athen-list at u.washington.edu> Subject: Re: [Athen] Alternate format textbook sources
Check CAST’s webpage on “Digital Content & Media Sources” (part of their extensive AEM section) for other sources you might want to add to your list:
Best,  Shelley

Shelley Haven  ATP, RET
Assistive Technology Consultant

On Aug 30, 2018, at 10:41 AM, Hegney, Shaun <Shaun.Hegney at sfcc.spokane.edu> wrote:
Hello all, I am doing a little research as I am trying to find more sources for alternate format textbooks as it seems like our college is using less common or harder to get books. Especially as we add increasingly niche courses.  I have been sourcing most of my books from Access Text, Book Share and publishers directly. I have also used the Louis Database (I have found a few braille books this way). If you have any other, sources please share your experience. In addition, I am interested in hearing if anyone has found a membership to the access text exchange worthwhile. Thanks, Shaun HegneyProgram Specialist 2Disability Support ServicesSpokane Falls Community College(509)-533-3544Shaun.Hegney at sfcc.spokane.edu  _______________________________________________
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