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Accessible Publishing Summit: Advocating for Born Accessible Books

NNELS will be holding a second Accessible Publishing Summit in early 2020. Read about the first one, here!

Forthcoming Releases from the 2019 Braille Publication Project

NNELS is excited to announce that the first three books associated with our Braille Publication Project will be released over the next six weeks. These publishers of these brand new, never-before-published books, worked together with NNELS to ensure that braille transcriptions of their books would be available at the time of publication. Read more, here!

The 2019 Governor General’s Literary Awards Nominees

The Governor General's Literary Award nominees were announced early today, and we are so excited that we are able to offer a number of these titles in accessible formats in our collection. Read more about the awards and what we offer, here!

Looking for a Book?

Fulfilling reader requests for books in alternate formats is an important part of what we do! If you live in a NNELS territory or province, you can make requests anytime: log in, search for a book, and you'll find the request form on every page of search results.

Books in accessible formats for Canadians with print disabilities: produced by request, delivered by public libraries, and available across the country.

To get started, please search for your library, contact your nearest librarian, or drop us a line.

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