Providing library services to those with access challenges—including vision impairment, attention and focus disorders, dyslexia, low literacy, and language barriers—has never been easy. Give these patrons and others a seamlessly integrated tool that can help them navigate your website, any time and any place. Equip them with easy-to-use accessibility features on your public access computers that can transform their online experience. With Browsealoud, people with access challenges can have equal opportunity to use library resources.
Click here to take an interactive tour of Browsealoud's intuitive accessibility features.
Browsealoud provides your library website and all public access computers with easy-to-use tools for those with accessibility challenges.
Ideal for those with vision and literacy challenges, Browsealoud reads selected page text or wherever the user points the mouse.
For those facing language barriers, Browsealoud offers professional-level translation to 99 languages, 40 of which are compatible with screen reading.
The screen mask allows users to target only a few lines of text at a time, minimizing distractions for those with attention or focus challenges.
With the click of a button, Browsealoud generates an audio file of any page content for easy offline listening.
Browsealoud makes documents accessible with a viewer that provides the same features for online PDF files.