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Accessibility support

Read more about the accessibility features of different web browsers, applications, and resources using the links below:

Name Additional information
Adobe Information on setting accessibility preferences when using Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF file formats).
Apple Apple products such as iPhone and Mac.
Google Google products such as Android, Chrome, Chromebook, and YouTube.
Microsoft Microsoft products such as Windows and Office.
Cite Them Right Information on accessibility when using Cite Them Right.
Ex Libris Primo Information on accessibility when using Library Search.
ProQuest Ebook Central Information on accessibility features and how to choose your reading experience when using this e-book provider
VLeBooks Information on accessibility features and reading choices when using this e-book provider.

 

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