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Cambridge University Press now publishes the majority of its new titles, and many older titles, in accessible e-book formats either for individual purchase or on platforms suitable for institutions. Where a work is unavailable for purchase in a suitable format, we welcome enquiries from both individuals and institutions to provide one.
For individuals or institutions in the US please check availability at Bookshare: www.bookshare.org.
Downloadable e-books (where a title is available) for use with Adobe digital editions software can be purchased directly from the title catalogue pages of www.cambridge.org (and fulfilled on our behalf by www.ebooks.com) We also have many titles available for all the major e-reading devices; please check with a suitable vendor for your particular device.
Many of our titles are available from library aggregators and may already be accessible. Please check with your library. If the work is not available for purchase in the required format and you have already purchased a copy, Cambridge may be able to supply a PDF file with a license to cover its use.
Please submit your request using our Accessibility Request form below.
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