Pearson HTMLbooks™ is comprised of the full core content of the book, both text and images, in an accessible single column presentation with no additional material included. This makes the Pearson HTMLbook ideal for students who use technology such as screen readers to access the content.
The HTMLbook is created from the NIMAS file of Pearson’s print text. Images and navigation were added to the NIMAS files and the format was converted transitioning the file to a more sophisticated version.
The versatile design of the Pearson HTMLbook makes it ideal for struggling students, including students with disabilities who rely on assistive technology to access content.
The HTMLbook includes an interactive table of contents and “go-to-page” functionality. Additional features, like “full keyboard access” and “skip links”, facilitate access by students with visual impairments or with low motor ability.
The HTMLbook functions within a standard web browser on Windows and Mac. It can be accessed on handheld devices that support a standard browser.
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