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New Tools for Reading Digital Text added to EBSCO Resources

Author // Sarah Mowery Friday, 29 April 2022

With the addition of new features and tools for reading digital text in the EBSCO resources, a new lesson has been added to INFOhio's Learning Pathway classes called Tools For Reading Digital Text. This lesson has been added to the following classes:

In this lesson, learn more about the two types of digital text, HTML Full Text and PDF. When using the HTML Full Text version of articles learn how to use the text-to-speech feature and the playback options that are available. Also learn about the additional assistive technology tools and options to support all learners which include:

  • Enlarge Text
  • Text Mode
  • Page Mask


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About the Author

Posted by: Sarah Mowery

Sarah Mowery is a Professional Instructional Specialist with INFOhio. She has worked in education for 16 years as a school librarian and technology coach in elementary and middle school settings. While in these roles, she's been an integral part of the building leadership teams working as a curriculum connector and integrating web-based tools. She earned a BA in Sociology from Bowling Green State University and an MLS with a specialization in PK-12 schools from East Carolina University. Sarah was one of the original INFOhio ICoaches when the program first began in 2013 and has a passion for sharing how INFOhio resources can transform teaching and impact learning for students and educators across the state of Ohio. 

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