[nabs-l] accessibility of ebsco databases
justin.williams2 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 20:15:41 UTC 2015
What I do is save the apa citations for each article on a separate word document. Then, when I need the apa spelling and citations, they are in their own documents. I devote a word document to just the citations for the articles. The articles I save separately.
From: nabs-l [mailto:nabs-l-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Bridget Walker via nabs-l
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 1:26 PM
To: Ashley Bramlett; National Association of Blind Students mailing list
Subject: Re: [nabs-l] accessibility of ebsco databases
I go to college in New York. I have a problem finding the check boxes that say "full text" "peer reviewed" I can usually get to the edit fields ok. I have a difficult time accessing the articles I have selected in my folder. I can get to my folder and go through the list but, like you said, the PDFS documents do not work. I have been tore lying on iBooks but, when I'm in the middle of a paper siting on the computer gets difficult because I can't copy any correct spellings easily.
I hope this helps.
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> On Jan 14, 27 Heisei, at 12:51 PM, Ashley Bramlett via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As I conduct research at the library, I run into access issues with many databases.
> Not only are the pdf files hard to read with the full articles in them, but searching poses problems with jaws. When trying advanced searching, I cannot change the combo boxes from the default And to say “or”.
> Has anyone had issues with ebsco databases? If so which ones?
> Another challenge is finding the search button.
> The head of the library at Northern virginia community college, called nova for short, where I’m taking electives, is going to send EBSCo a note about access. But it would be helpful to know other problems.
> If you are a student in a Virginia college and experience database problems, please also write me off list. Maybe we can have a conference call on this.
> I’d like to hear from other students in Virginia schools so we can write jointly to Ebsco and tell them the problems and request they fix them.
> The same goes for other databases.
> When I asked about research a few months back, some of you mentioned accessible databases which you used, but for every accessible database, I would guess there are 3 that are semi accessible.
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