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In general, any article or book available in PDFmay be downloaded and read aloud in Adobe Acrobat
Screens can be enlarged either with software (Chromebook, ZoomText) or hardware (portable or handheld CCTV)
eBooks created in HTML are easily accessible using the JAWS reader
A list of databases offering accessible eBooks follows below
When all else fails, ask an ADA Counselor or a librarian for assistance.
Full-text Gale eBooks feature the native "Listen" technology accessible with each chapter display
Infobase Publishing eBooks can be downloaded in PDF format and read more easily either with JAWS or Acrobat
Springer eBook chapters can be downloaded DRM-free in PDF format and read more easily either with JAWS or Acrobat
Proquest, ebrary, and elibro eBook chapters can be downloaded DRM-free in PDF format and read more easily either with JAWS or Acrobat
Some older EBSCOhost eBooks, most notably older NetLibrary eBooks, cannot be read with either JAWS or Adobe Acrobat
Some Library databases, such as JSTOR, including Open Access JSTOR eBook contain PDFs of page images. Since these pages were not created with optical character recognition they cannot be read aloud with either JAWS or Acrobat
A list of databases offering downloadable PDF content follows below