Q. Sensus Access

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Sensus Access


When searching library databases, it is possible to come across a PDF that is not accessible due to the document not having optical character recognition. This can mean that your assistive technology or Adobe Reader may not be able to read it. If this happens, you can download the PDF to your computer and run it through the University's program called Sensus Access.

This program will allow you to upload the PDF and will email it to you in a different format such as MP3 audio, Braille, E-book or accessibility conversion and more. You do not need to be registered with the DRC or Disability Office to use this program. However if you are working with one of these groups, you may reach out to them if you have any questions about Sensus Access. 

To use Sensus Access you can find it under the Online Accessibility Center's page in my.snhu.edu. 

 

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  • Last Updated Jan 17, 2019
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