Answered By: APUS Course Materials Last Updated: Jun 05, 2023 Views: 543
Answered By: APUS Course Materials
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2023 Views: 543
Textbooks are not typically offered in audio format, but, depending upon the book's platform and format, you may be able to use text-to-speech or screen readers to listen to the text.
- Read a PDF with Read Out Loud
- Many library ebook platforms offer text-to-speech or screen reader accessibility. Click here to learn more.
- You may be able to listen to ebooks by turning on accessibility options in your browser or operating system:
- BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) is a free library service of downloadable braille and audio reading material for residents of the United States and U.S. citizens living abroad who are unable to read or use standard printed material because of visual or physical disabilities. Learn more here.
Also explore these options:
- You can find a selection of open access (free) audiobooks on the library's Open Access Research guide.
- Search libraries near you via WorldCat (use the "Format" drop-down to select "Audiobook" or "eAudiobook"): https://www.worldcat.org/advancedsearch.
- Many booksellers (like Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble) also sell audiobooks.