Most databases meet accessibility standards. They may offer screen readers as well as provide the capability of downloading html or pdf files. You can find general information about accessibility features on their help screens.
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HathiTrust aims to provide a website that is accessible to everyone. Their full Accessibility Statement is available here.
HathiTrust offers an Accessible Text Request Service to users who are affiliated with our campus. Through this service, users who are blind or print disabled can request copies of copyrighted books, which are listed as "limited (search-only)" in the HathiTrust Digital Library Collection. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about this service, and for requests for copyrighted books.
The libray subscribes to a number of ebook collections. Most are presented in formats that are intended for viewing in a browser on a computer. They typically allow you to enlarge the text and provide text to speech capability.
To find ebooks, search Primo. Click on the drop down menu to the right of the search box and choose ebooks (see example below). Only items owned by the University of Puget Sound Library may be viewed.