While printed books and magazines are not as common today as in the past, reading, in other formats, remains a popular activity.
- Electronic books (eBooks) and their readers allow a person to carry an entire library with them, and also offer accessibility features.
- Similar to eBooks, Daisy format books can be listened to, read visually, but preserve page numbers and other "booklike" features.
- Some web browsers include features to make reading information from the screen more accessible.
- For those who can read Braille, refreshable Braille readers offer many of the features of eReaders to those who are blind.
What kind of accommodation are you looking for?
- Ebooks and readers (25) - Electronic books and their players that have accessibility features.
- Daisy Players (21) - Play books stored in Daisy format, or Daisy format content.
- Accessible Browsers (13) - Web browsers designed for alternative control or output
- Braille Readers (18) - Refreshable text displayed in Braille.
- Magnification and/or enhanced lighting (7)
- Read printed documents aloud (11)
- Reads email and messages aloud (3)
- Other (68) - Products in the "Reading Applications" category that do not fit into one or more of the categories above