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Text to speech featues of Hostos Library databases: text to speech

Why text to speech

This guide provides an overview of the text-to-speech capabilities of library article databases and ebook collections. Many of our databases allow readers to listen to a texts of books or articles or the transcripts of video as they read them. In many cases audio segments can be downloaded as MP3 files. For most databases, students need only a computer with speakers to hear the texts.

Each tab across the top of this guide describes how text-to-speech functions for major vendors for journal databases, ebooks, and streaming videos.


Questions or Comments?

If you have any questions or suggestions for resources to add, please contact me:

Lisa Tappeiner

Collection Development Librarian

Allied Health and Language and Cognition Departments Liaison