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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.
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/