Answered By: University of Illinois Library Last Updated: May 10, 2018 Views: 45
Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: May 10, 2018 Views: 45
Each of these links to more accessibility information. For more information about e-books and how to find them, see the Finding and Using E-Books guide.
- ABC-CLIO - Font can be enlarged.
- ACLS Humanities
- Brill - Brill books appear in PDF. See information from Adobe about assistive technology and PDFs.
- Cambridge - Cambridge works towards complete collection accessibility, including website coding.
- Credo Reference
- Proquest Ebook Central
- EBSCO EBooks
- Elsevier (ScienceDirect)
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
- HathiTrust - Website and books conform to accessibility standards. Some errors may occur in book transcriptions.
- Internet Archive - Originally developed for people with print disabilities.
- Oxford Reference - Works with most screen readers and is WCAG and AA compliant.
- Project Muse - Supports many accessible options.
- Safari - ADA compliant. Screen reader compatibility can be activated for individual accounts; you must contact the vendor for this feature.
- Taylor and Francis (CRCnetBASE)
- Wiley Online Library