These e-Resources provide information about hardware, software, and web-based applications for digitally rendered content including readers, players, hybrid products, and more.
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Just as important as accessible reading hardware and software is accessibility and the web, documents, AIM, e-learning, assessments, applications, multimedia, meetings, survey tools, and more.
These devices read (process) a variety of digital content, such as DAISY DTBs (digital talking books), ePUB, and HTML, etc. Many of them have additional features as well, such as support for images, Internet connectivity, text magnification, and more.
Screenreader applications read aloud a variety of content formats via TTS, while other applications are designed for use with digital talking books. Other programs facillitate the use and management of digital libraries, convert files from one format to another, transfer files or e-books and related content between devices and accounts, etc.
The e-book originated in the early 1970’s. Information about the history of the development of e-books is provided.