Some of the MSMU Library's books are accessible via screen reader.
In order to use accessibility mode, you must have a personal account with the database (i.e. ProQuest eBook Central). The account is free. Just log in via the Database on the Databases A-Z page and click login (usually in the right corner of the screen).
For eBook Central, login and click on settings > profile.
Then, turn on accessibility mode. You may also enable the OpenDyslexic typeface.
Make sure to click "save changes."
Tips for troubleshooting eBook download issues:
Find print books, dissertations, and electronic books in the MSMU Libraries Catalog.
You may search by titles, authors, subjects, call numbers, words in title, ISBN and, if on reserve for a particular course, by instructor.
If you don't find the book that you want, the MSMU Libraries Catalog allows you to search LINK+ for other libraries that have the book and can send it to you via Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
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If you don't find the book that you want in the MSMU Libraries Catalog or LINK+ try searching in WorldCat. Please contact a librarian or fill out an ILL Materials Request form so that we can help you search the broader Interlibrary Loan (ILL) network and request any materials you may need.
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OR if you prefer, you can search for eBooks in each individual database listed below:
Browse eBooks by subject or use the Advanced Search or Advanced features to find books by title, subject, keyword-in-text, or author.
Open Access eBooks
If the book you need is not available in the physical or digital library, you can request it from LINK+ or Interlibrary Loan Services.
eBooks can't be borrowed from other libraries due to license restrictions. We are happy to order print copies or our own MSMU-licensed eBook for you!