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Many library databases provide various formats for articles, ebooks, reference materials, and more. 

When you find a source, access it as an HTML file or HTML Full Text. Then, a reader’s personal screen reader is able to read the content of the source. Databases will also provide a LISTEN option, where you can just press the play button, and the database will read the source to you.

EBSCOHost databases:

Gale databases:

In databases like ProQuest, where you have an option to see the source in HTML but there ISN’T a listen option, you can just use your personal screen reader or install a screen reader in your browser.

List of Free Screen Readers: https://usabilitygeek.com/10-free-screen-reader-blind-visually-impaired-users/