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Despite the developments in digital technologies, people with a print disability such as blindness or low vision have limited access to reading material in accessible formats. This "global book famine" affects their opportunities for learning, participating in the social and economic life of society, and leading a balanced life. With limited research in this area, and poor understanding and collaboration among alternative content producers and publishers, a potential opportunity exists todoi:10.25910/bvmq-mk02 fatcat:uxryhhnxobdx7b3fyjnxsyasy4