At McGraw Hill, we're committed to unlocking the potential of all learners. We believe that the best learning materials should be accessible to students of all abilities, and are building an inclusive culture that considers the needs of every learner from the outset. We achieve this through a comprehensive strategy that starts with planning and research – through employee training and product development – to ensure that our employees and partners have the interests of all learners in mind when we bring new educational content and technologies to market.
View video created for the 10th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day that highlights McGraw Hill's approach to accessibility.
How we do it:
We seek to create learning materials that are accessible to all learners. McGraw Hill is making every effort to ensure that all new educational content and technology follows the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) version 2.1 AA guidelines and best practices. To achieve this and continuously improve the accessibility of our products, our internal product teams regularly engage with external experts and solicit user feedback.
- We are active participants in the community of accessibility advocates. In addition to developing experiences that meet the recommended guidelines, we are deeply engaged with accessibility advocacy organizations, forums, as well as organizations like the Book Industry Study Group and SIIA to ensure that the software and content we produce is accessible and usable by all learners.
- We are committed to training every McGraw Hill employee on accessibility best practices. Accessibility is a core part of our design and development efforts across all aspects of our business. We are educating and training our partners and employees on accessibility guidelines to support the development of accessible products.
- We partner across the education ecosystem to deliver solutions. We recognize that we need to work closely with all of our education partners as we progress towards our collective accessibility goal. Any time alternate content is requested, we will jointly assess all options together.
How we can help:
- To request an accessible digital file of a McGraw Hill textbook for students, please contact Permissions.
- To learn more about the available support and accommodations we offer to learners, please contact us at email@example.com.
- To learn more about our accessibility programs in Higher Education, visit our Higher Ed accessibility page.
- For K–12 textbooks and related materials, we note that McGraw Hill is fully compliant with the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS) requirements.
- In addition, McGraw Hill participates in the Access Text Network and ATN members may submit requests through the ATN.
- For Canadian customers, please see our Accessibility Policy specific to Canada.