Accessibility

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ABBYY Fine Reader: complex OCR
Librarians, archivists, and academic researchers use ABBYY Fine Reader to digitize and analyze archival collections. It is installed on the computers in the Digital Media and Collaboration Lab in Carpenter Library and available when this lab ...
Adobe Acrobat: Make PDFs accessible
Adobe Acrobat has simplified the process of making PDFs accessible, with a “Make Accessible” action wizard that walks you through the steps needed to make a PDF accessible, and an Accessibility Checker that scans for accessibility i...
Beeline Reader: Make web reading easier
BeeLine Reader supports reading long blocks of text by adding an eye-guiding color gradient. It can help reduce eye-fatigue, aid with distance learning, and increase reading speed. BeeLine Reader is available as an extension for your browser, for ...
Helperbird: Install and get pro features
This article reviews the steps to help readers  to install and set up Helperbird . Helperbird provides personalized support for reading, writing, and browsing the web, which allows users to change web screens to their needs. Specif...
Sensus Access: Convert documents to more accessible formats
The Sensus Access Document Converter is an automated, self-service system that converts documents into alternative file formats that work with different assistive technologies. Prefer video?  See this demo from Sensus Access . Fi...
Sensus Access: Convert documents using Sensus in a Moodle course
The Sensus Access activity enables Moodle course participants to upload documents directly from the course into Sensus Access for conversion to file formats that meet their accessibility needs. (If you have a brynmawr.edu email address, you can...