Create Accessible Materials

Learn to Create Accessible Course Materials

The SensusAccess e-learning course describes how to convert materials to alternate formats and improve document accessibility.

Faculty may contact the Center for Pedagogical Innovation at for assistance with creating accessible content for their courses.

Self-Service: Convert Your Files to an Accessible Format With SensusAccess

Convert your file here.  The converted file will be delivered to you via email. Please use your Wesleyan email address when submitting your conversion request.

About SensusAccess

SensusAccess is a web application that converts documents from text or image-based files into accessible formats, such as searchable PDFs, audio & talking books, Braille, or ebooks. See supported input and output file formats.

SensusAccess is available to current Wesleyan students, faculty, staff and alumni.

This service is not recommended for materials containing confidential or private information.

All users must comply with applicable law, including copyright laws. By using SensusAccess, you assert that you are authorized to access and duplicate these materials, such as appropriate permission or qualification as fair use under the law. Wesleyan's Intellectual Property website can help guide copyright and fair use decisions.

How to Use SensusAccess

Watch a short video on how to use SensusAccess.

SensusAccess FAQ

The SensusAccess team is available to support users and reply to any queries you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact if you have questions or require support.

Student Accommodations for Accessing Library Materials

Students who require accommodations to use library materials please contact the Accessibility Services office.