[BlindRUG] accessible reference management software

Anthony Reyers anthony.reyers at student.kuleuven.be
Mon Mar 19 18:52:57 UTC 2018

Hello there,

I use zotero with quite a lot of success in conjunction with NvDA. You 
can always contact me  if you would like some more information on how to 
work with it.

Kind regards,


On 3/10/2018 4:49 PM, Nikita via BlindRUG wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> What are the variants for accessible  reference management software?
> I'm interested in applications such as  Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote and 
> the like that are accessible for screenreaders.
> Which of the products in this class meet these requirements?
> Sincerely, Nikita.
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