Answered By: Christina Taylor
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2022     Views: 29

Many ebook suppliers provide accessibility features on their platforms. These can be toggled on or off, depending on your accessibility needs.

There is more information in the accessibility statements from each platform (see links below), outlining the options available to improve the reading experience depending on accessibility needs. They recommend the 'Read Online' option to make full use of read-aloud and text-to-speech functions.

Please note, turning on accessibility mode switches off images and diagrams.

The video below explains how to turn the accessibility mode on and off for Ebook Central.

Please contact libraryhelp@ncl.ac.uk if there are still issues with accessibility and we will check what other options are available.