Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand (OUPANZ) can provide titles in an alternative format for students with print disabilities due to a perceptual, physical, or visual disability.
If you require an electronic copy of one of our titles, please read the conditions below and complete the Accessibility Request form by clicking ‘Submit Query’. Tertiary students requiring files need to contact their campus disability unit, who will request the files on their behalf. We will respond to your request promptly and endeavor to supply files to you as soon as possible.
- We are only able to provide files for titles published by OUPANZ. However, we can facilitate requests for titles published by other OUP branches in other countries.
- We can provide texts in PDF or Word for most current titles, but please note that some older titles are not available in our archives.
Conditions for fulfilment of electronic copy requests for students with print disabilities
The Student, University, College, or School has purchased a print copy of the OUPANZ Material.
The permission is limited to the Student and cannot be extended to other students or any external persons. However, an institution may submit a ‘reuse Request’ to use the same file for more than one student, rather than submit a new request. Please contact us at Accessibility@oup.com to submit a re-use request.
Electronic copies may be created and stored on a computer system for as long as is required to allow alternative formats suitable for use by the Student to be created. They may not be made accessible or passed on to a third party or posted on an Intranet, in newsgroups, or on the Internet.
If you permit a student to directly use the electronic version of the OUPANZ Material, the file shall be copy-protected, or you must take precautions to ensure that the student does not copy or distribute electronic versions of the OUPANZ Material.
The original electronic copy may only be lent or given away with written approval of OUPANZ. In such an event, any accessible copies and associated electronic files must be deleted or transferred with the original copy.
The OUPANZ Material cannot be adapted, edited, altered, amended, or distorted in any way, other than to enable full access, without our written permission.
Any moral rights the author may have in the work must be respected, and the copyright will remain with the copyright holder.