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Databases: Trials, Access Issues, New Acquisitions

EBSCO eBooks

EBSCO eBooks strives to comply with the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.1 level A and AA and the U.S. Section 508 Standards of the Federal Rehabilitation Act. Where possible, they go beyond compliance to ensure that all users can have a positive experience with their products and equal access to information. Known limitations of the platform are documented below:

ProQuest Ebook Central

ProQuest Ebook Central is designed for patrons with accessibility needs, particularly the blind and visually impaired.

Researchers can change the font for the Ebook Central interface to OpenDyslexic, an open-source typeface designed to combat symptoms of dyslexia, directly from the Profile page through Ebook Central.

Patrons using a screen reader may turn on Accessibility Mode themselves. For patrons who don’t use a screen reader but have accessibility needs, Accessibility Mode can be requested for their account at Please also feel free to contact the Library with questions regarding resource accessibility.

Accessibility Mode controls can be adjusted through your Profile. Select "Profile" under "Settings," then adjust the accessibility settings.

ProQuest Ebook Central Profile

ProQuest Ebook Central Accessibility Mode

Additional information about ProQuest Ebook Central's accessibility features may be found at the ProQuest Ebook Central LibGuide Ebook Central (ProQuest)

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