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Revision as of 07:31, 21 November 2008

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Book / Media Help
Stack of 3 books Here is where you will find answers to your questions about books provided by AMAC.
 

Book Format Options

AMAC can provide textbooks in several different formats depending upon individual student needs.

  • Audio on CD
  • Electronic Text
    • Electronic Text or E-Text files are pdf formatted text files from images of the actual book pages. These files can be read using most any text-to-speech (TTS) program you have access to.

Sample of Text-to-Speech

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  • Braille


Book Status

Students can check on the status of their book orders from the Student Center

  1. Log in to your Student Center account
  2. Select the book order you want to check on
  3. Look in the Order Status column to see if your book has been completed
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Downloading Books

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Book Quality

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