Answered By: Daren Mansfield Last Updated: 15 Nov 2018 Views: 2
Document Accessibility Converter
Sensus Access is a document accessibility convertor which allows you to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate formats.
You can make image-based PDFs, JPEGs and other files accessible and can convert them into text or audio.
You can make an accessible copy if:
- You own the copyright (e.g. it's your own work)
- You have permission from the copyright owner
- The copyright has expired
- You have a print disability
- If it's for someone with a print disability
Students with a print disability using Sensus Access need to agree that:
- The copy won't be shared with others
- You can't find a commercially available version in an appropriate format.
- You abide by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988, Section 31A (Disabled persons: copies of works for personal use)
You can locate this document accessibility convertor on the Library Wellbeing Team's webpage.