Educational, scholarly, and professional publishers offer digital content in an increasingly wide range of formats with varied accessibility requirements.
A single academic title or program can be associated with an EPUB textbook, lecture PPT, PDF solutions manual, demonstration videos, and interactive online assessments.
For these publishers, successful large-scale remediation depends on parallel product-specific workflows that leverage shared content and build in flexibility for responding to urgent student requests.
Download our case study to learn how Straive helped a major US-based educational publisher meet its accessibility goals by developing and executing a multi-track remediation workflow.
This case study offers insight into how we helped an educational publisher remediate their backlists on time.