Do the library databases have a text to speech feature?
Last Updated: Apr 01, 2024     Views: 2

Yes, most library databases do! See the guidance below for the most popular databases in the library.

  • ProQuest
    1. Click on the article that you want to read.
    2. Scroll down past the abstract.
    3. Click on the Listen icon to listen to the article.
    4. Please see ProQuest's accessibility pages for more information: 
  • EBSCOhost
    1. Click on the article that you want to read. 
    2. Locate Tools on the right side of the page.
    3. Click on the Listen link to listen to the article.
    4. Please see EBSCOhost's accessibility page for more information on Text -To-Speech help.
  • Gale
    1. Click on the article that you want to read. 
    2. At the top of the article, you will see an audio icon.
    3. Click on the audio icon to listen to the article. 
    4. Please see Gale's accessibility page for more information on accessibility features.

Note: when a listen icon is unavailable in the library's databases, please follow your browser's built-in text-to-speech reader:


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