Answered By: Elyse Wolf
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2018     Views: 9

You can listen to articles in EBSCO and ProQuest platforms.

EBSCO

To use the Text-To-Speech feature:

  1. Locate an article in an EBSCO database in HTML format which you would like read to you. (Note: Text-to-Speech only works with HTML.)

    screenshot of ebsco's text to speech feature

  2. From the Accent drop-down menu (see in the screenshot where it reads "American Accent"), select an accent in which you would like the article to be read.

  3. Click the Settings icon settings icon to set select various options including: 

    • Reading speed
    • Text Highlighting and Options (Word Color, Sentence Color, Text Color)
    • Enhanced Text Visibility
    • Automatic Scrolling
  4. Click the Listen button to hear the article read out loud.

ProQuest

To use the Text-To-Speech feature:

  1. Locate an article in a ProQuest database in HTML format which you would like read to you. (Note: Text-to-Speech only works with HTML.)

    text to speech feature in proquest

  2. Click the Listen button to hear the article read out loud.

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