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Request coursepacks in alternate formats

Here are the steps to request a digital version of your coursepack from the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities: 

Obtain your booklist from the Bookstore website.

Note: The Bookstore sells digital versions of many of its coursepacks, but cannot guarantee that they are universally accessible. The ACSD therefore recommends that students who'd like to have their coursepacks converted purchase the hard copies.

If you would like digital coursepacks for all or some of your courses, contact Shanika Taylor-Haughton in (SGW) GM 300.06.

Email a request

Emailing your request is the most efficient way to have your coursepacks converted. Email Shanika Taylor-Haughton with the following information:

  • Your name and Concordia student ID#
  • The course code and name of your professor
  • A scan or photo of proof of purchase
  • A scan or photo of the front and back covers of the book
  • Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks to process your request.
In-person requests

If you are unable to email your request, you can request an appointment with Shanika in order to make your conversion requests.

  • Email Shanika Taylor-Haughton to request an appointment.
  • Bring the book and your receipt to the appointment in GM 300.06 (SGW).
  • Seperate requests must be made for each title.
  • Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks to process your request.
Urgent requests

If you are in immediate need of certain chapters or sections to follow course readings and assignments, arrangements can be made. Please notify Shanika right away.

If your accommodations include other formats such as audio, this will add additional processing time. Contact the ACSD to get information on the status of your coursepack conversion.

You will be contacted by email when the the files are ready for pick up. Check your emails regularly.

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