Despite our best efforts to design all of our materials to meet the highest accessibility standards, there may still be areas where people would like to add extra functionality to digital resources. The University of Kent alternative formats pages provide guidance on workflows you may be able to adopt to support users to access materials in a wider range of formats to suit their requirements.
Tools such as Sensus Access will enable users to create their own alternative formats for existing digital content.
If you are not connected to an organisation that has a subscription to Sensus Access you can use the related service RoboBraille to access the same functionality. The great thing about services such as this are that they support self-sufficiency in users generating their own alternative formats on demand.