[Athen] [External] free accessible EPUB reader?
Wershing, Alice D.
adwershing at pstcc.edu
Mon Mar 4 08:31:53 PST 2019
Dolphin EasyReader<https://yourdolphin.com/products/individuals/easyreader-app> for iOs and Android is free. The PC version is not free, it costs $55.00 but you can download a 30 day trial.
VitalSource Bookshelf<https://www.vitalsource.com/bookshelf-features> is also free and has been reported to be accessible from the folks at DIAGRAM Center working on the Reading Systems work.
Alice D. Wershing, M.Ed., A.T.P.<http://www.resna.org/atp-general-info>, C.P.A.A.C.<http://www.accessibilityassociation.org/cpacccertification>
Disability Services, Technology Specialist Pellissippi State Community College
East TN Region Accessibility Specialist<http://www.tnecampus.info/specialists>
Tenessee Board of Regents-TN eCampus
PSCC Access for All Blog<http://blogs.pstcc.edu/access4all/>
PSCC Accessible Format Facebook Page<https://m.facebook.com/psccdisabilityservices> (PSCC-Disability Services)
PSCC Access4All Twitter Feed<https://twitter.com/Access4allPSCC> (@Access4allPSCC)
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Subject: [External] [Athen] free accessible EPUB reader?
It's been a long time since I taught how to create Daisy books and knew what readers were accessible.
I'm taking a look at EPUB and I've created a book from one of my tutorials. I now want to read it, but didn't want to use the Calibre viewer/the app I used to create the book as I want to see how it reads in another viewer.
Any suggestions on a free but good EPUB reader that is accessible? What are students and faculty using?
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