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The vast majority of the TAFE Queensland Library databases are provided by EBSCO.
HTML articles provide the ability to:
To enable these options, click on the drop down option available next to "Listen".
Once you have clicked on the drop down box, you will see the options that are available:
Text to Speech
Use Text to Speech to Hear a Section of an Article
There are some non EBSCO databases featured on the TAFE Queensland Library website.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Although they are not compulsory, many websites are either made to, or working towards meeting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Kanopy is the on demand streaming video service providing the majority of videos to TAFE QLD Library users.
Accessibility features include the ability to use:
Captions can be enabled on any Kanopy video with a CC icon after clicking the Play button.
Users on desktop or Android devices can change the appearance of the captions by choosing the Captions Settings button on the CC menu.
Caption options include:
Transcripts can be launched by clicking on the Transcript button after pressing play.
The TAFE Queensland Library purchases eBooks from a variety of providers, each of which offer features to aid accessibility.
The eBook you use will look slightly different depending on the provider the Library purchased it from, however the most commonly purchased Ebooks are from Proquest or EBSCO.
The following links detail the accessibility options available via these providers.
TAFE Queensland Library utilises the Flipster Platform for many of its magazine titles.
Flipster meets Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Flipster accessibility measures include:
The TAFE Queensland Library provides EBSCO Audiobooks.
Audiobooks may improve accessibility for:
EBSCO Accessibility Statement (does not specify audiobooks)