Accessible digital documents


If you have students with perceptual disabilities, you can quickly get a scanned copy of the content you’re using.

What is an accessible digital document?

An accessible digital document is a PDF document without technological protection measures (TPMs) in a format compatible with technology tools that provide valuable features such as reading, writing and proofreading support for students with perceptual disabilities.

Who can request an accessible digital document?

Schools, school boards, colleges, CEGEPs and universities can request an accessible digital document for a student with a perceptual disability (e.g. sensory, physical or neurological) based on the analysis and action plan developed for that student.

How to get an accessible digital document

Complete the form below to request PDF documents. Fees will be payable.

At the current time, only requests for titles published in Quebec can be processed by Copibec.

Refer to the list of titles that are available through Copibec. Since the list is not exhaustive, please use the form below to request titles that do not appear on the list.

If you have any questions, contact us!

Do you have any questions? Contact us!