Answered By: Jennifer Kasch
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015     Views: 25

We have text-to-speech resources, meaning that we have some electronic article databases that provide some of the content in an audio format.  Most of our EbscoHost databases do this and so do our Gale databases  [Health Reference Center, Opposing Viewpoints].   They can be accessed at:

Do a search for a topic, and if the article is available in HTML full text, there should be a button to hear the text.See example: ('LISTEN' Button)  Note that you can change the accent and the speed of reading, too!  Let us know if you have any questions:  608-246-6640.

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