Heinemann accommodates students with qualifying disabilities in need of alternate materials for educational instruction in accordance with 17 U.S.C. § 121 of the U.S. Copyright Act. This Act allows for the provision of copyrighted materials in specialized formats to people with qualifying disabilities. A qualifying disability is a disability with a physical basis that affects one's ability to read standard print including visual impairments (such as blindness) and other physical disabilities.
If a student is enrolled in a college course requiring a Heinemann title, or if a student or teacher is using Heinemann materials in the K-12 classroom, please have your school's Disabilities Service Coordinator or other school official click here to request a PDF file of the instructional materials.
Heinemann strives to provide all verified requests with a locked, lo-res, watermarked PDF file when available. Please be advised that in order to protect the intellectual property of our company and authors, we do not provide audio, word.doc or unrestricted files.
We will respond as quickly as possible to complete verified requests, but please understand that it may take approximately three weeks for you to receive the electronic file.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at .
For more information on Accessibility at Heinemann, please visit our Accessibility page.