is a free research database covering the environmental effects of individuals, corporations and governments and what can be done at each level to minimize negative impacts.It provides thousands of open access full-text records from scholarly, government and general interest sources.
If the paper is a few years old (but not too old) check if the manuscript is essentially reproduced in a graduate student’s dissertation document.
Libraries (like the UC system, for example) have dissertation documents available online.
The purpose of this paper is to present findings of a study which examined the searching experience of university students with a print disability and their use of screen reading software to navigate three proprietary databases.
Participants completed a series of tasks in three different online databases using their screen‐reading software.
Screen‐recording software provided video and audio documentation of the process.
Survey data were collected pre‐ and post‐study as well as after each database search session.
It is EBSCO's intention to provide access to this resource on a continual basis.
is a free archive of indexed publications related to the Americas and written in Europe before 1750.
It is in the best interest of vendors to assist libraries in promoting the accessible features that already exist in their databases.
Libraries can assist students by providing database instruction tailored to users of screen readers and by assisting database vendors in usability feedback and in marketing options. https://doi.org/10.1108/07378831111116976 Download as .