[Athen] TTS with eTextbooks
Catherine.Stager at frontrange.edu
Wed Apr 22 14:27:29 PDT 2020
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From head of accessibility at Redshelf,
Here is the answer: RedShelf does offer Text-to-Speech for all of our titles. It is currently enabled on most books, but some of the older titles have to be reprocessed to add it. If a student does not have the option for TTS in their book, they (or their parents) can reach out to us at accessibility at redshelf.com<mailto:accessibility at redshelf.com>, and we will reprocess their book. It takes about an hour to complete. Happy to answer any additional questions directly at erin at redshelf.com<mailto:erin at redshelf.com>.
From: athen-list <athen-list-bounces at mailman12.u.washington.edu<mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman12.u.washington.edu>> On Behalf Of Sean Kugler
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Subject: [Athen] TTS with eTextbooks
My daughter texted me back and she is using RedShelf for her textbooks. This is the first quarter that TTS has been available. I have never used RedShelf. Does anyone have access to RedShelf to see if the addition of TTS is across the board?
Sean Kugler, M.Ed.
"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles by it." Thomas Fuller
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