The Disability and Dyslexia Service has developed a partnership with SensusAccess to bring its self-service, alternate media solution to the University of South Wales.
SensusAccess provides Inclusion Technology which allows students and staff to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate media including audio books (MP3 and DAISY), e-books (EPUB, EPUB3 and Mobi) and digital Braille. The service can also be used to convert inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files, JPG pictures and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into more accessible and less tricky formats.
Convert your document
Follow the four easy steps below to have your document converted into an alternative, accessible format.
The converted document will be delivered in your USW email inbox (please note you will need to use your @southwales email address to access the service).
You may upload one or more files, enter a URL to a file or simply type in the text you wish to have converted.
Best Practice Guides:
Copyright and Conditions of Use:
You can make an accessible copy if you own the copyright (eg, it’s your own work), have permission from the copyright holder, if the copyright has expired, or if it’s for someone with a print disability.
You 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
•you abide by the Data Protection Act when storing or sharing converted files that contain personal data