Alternate Formats for Electronic Documents
Persons with disabilities often use adaptive/assistive technology that require an alternate/accessible format so the technology can access the information in a specific manner for the user. This can include people who:
are blind or have low vision
have an intellectual or other cognitive disability
cannot hold publications or turn pages because of a physical disability
have difficulties accessing information on the Internet, or
have difficulties watching or hearing video presentations.
Resource: Queen's University Accessibility Hub