Wait for e-books unfair, student says

Times Colonist – “Long lines at the bookstore is usually all the waiting most students have to do before getting their textbooks. But for those with sight problems, the wait is even longer, and that is discriminatory, according to Miles Motture. That is why the University of Victoria law student has filed a complaint against the university and six textbook publishers with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal. “It’s a frustrating process,” Motture said. “Other students don’t even have to go through the process of asking, never mind asking and then getting unacceptable delays.”

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