People with a Print Disability eBook
People with a Print Disability eBook

This book discusses a range of legal, practical and policy approaches to reducing barriers for making print material accessible for people with a print disability. The book complements our practical guidelines on copyright for individuals with print disabilities, print disability organisations and copyright owners. The guidelines are available on our website. The new edition includes discussion and consideration of significant amendments to the Copyright Act in 2006, legal developments in other countries, new assistive technologies and the recently concluded Marrakesh Treaty.

Accessible (rich text format) copies are available on request by contacting the Australian Copyright Council on [email protected]

Benefits of the format

What’s fantastic about our e-Publications? Only everything!

Provided in a perpetually accessible format, these e-books can be viewed across all your devices (computer, laptop, phone, tablet). All you’ll need is access to the internet.

Great if you travel for work, are often away from your desk when you might need the information, or just want to study while on the go.

This format allows you to:

• Search for key words and terms

• Click through live links to relevant case studies, resources, and legal websites

• Access any supplements and amendments in real time as our lawyers upload new information.

James Cheatley
Publication date
Jul 2014
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