Alternate Formats

  • Sensus Access

    Use the Sensus Access service to convert a document from an inaccessible format (eg. image only PDF file, JPEG pictures , Powerpoint presentations) into an accessible format, including e-book, MP3 or DAISY audio book or digital braille.

    The service is embedded further down this web page.

    To use the service there are 3 simple steps:

    1. Upload your file
    2. Choose the type of file you would like returned
    3. Enter your Brookes email address. A link to your converted file will be emailed for you to open or download

     

    Conditions of use

    You can make an accessible copy if

    • you own the copyright (ie. it’s your own work)
    • you have permission from the copyright owner
    • the copyright has expired
    • you have a print disability or if it’s for someone with a print disability

    You need to agree that:

    Please note by using this service you consent to the sharing of limited personal data with Sensus ApS. For further information please see the SensusAccess privacy policy here (http://www.sensusaccess.com/privacy)

    Use Sensus Access to convert a file

    FAQs

    http://www.sensusaccess.com/resources/questions-and-answers


    Alternate Formats Service

    The Library provides an alternate formats service for students referred to us by Disability Services. The service will scan and convert key recommended readings (chapters or articles) or obtain full textbooks from RNIB Bookshare or directly from the publisher in an accessible format.

    Please note - the Library must hold a print or ebook copy of the text before we can scan / request an accessible version from a publisher.