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Cost Effectiveness

The logo consists of the Grade-2 Braille character for "gh", with the lowercase alphabetic letters "gh" just to the right.

Traditional accessible media requires master copy, reproductions, and warehousing, inventory, and physical distribution of bulky final product

e-media requires master copy only, and can be disseminated and utilized electronically

Traditional accessible media is subject to wear and replacement, is heavy and cumbersome to use, and has social stigma for the Special Ed. Student

e-media can have no physical form, lasts forever, and provides social integration with other students

Reading software is reusable

Cost per copy of each e-textbook is a fraction of the hardcopy cost