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Screen reading resources for study: Welcome

A guide for users who require assistance for screen reading.


This Library Guide is designed for students and staff who need assistance with screen reading to find scholarly resources such as journal articles and ebooks, to support academic study.

Please note: all links in this guide open in the current window, unless otherwise stated.

In this Library Guide:

1. Tools for screen reading

Access free and commercial online tools to assist with screen reading and study on PCs, Macs and mobile devices. Includes: JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, Adobe Reader and Digital Editions, Ginger, Text to Speech and dictation apps plus guides for adjusting settings on your computer or web browser. Go to Tools for screen reading.

2. Journal databases

Find out about the accessibility features of Charles Sturt University Library journal databases. Go to Journal databases.

3. eBook collections

Find out about the accessibility features of Charles Sturt University Library eBook collections. Go to eBook collections.

4. EndNote

Download and use the referencing software EndNote, support manuals and online video tutorials Go to EndNote.

5. Support services

Contact details for University and Library disability support services for internal and online students and with disability related news feeds Go to Support services.

Help from a Librarian

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