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Accessibility Report for

    Creator: National Network for Equitable Library Service

    Date Updated: March 24, 2024


    The Accessibility Report for from NNELS, funded by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program, delves into the digital audiobook service’s user experience for individuals with print disabilities. It evaluates the accessibility of’s website and mobile apps, focusing on navigation, search functionality, access to audiobook details, and playback through screen readers and magnification tools. The report identifies usability challenges, particularly for low-vision users, and provides recommendations to enhance accessibility.

    The information on this page is summarized from the Accessibility Report.

    Quick Facts

    The website and apps were tested with multiple screen reader and screen magnification tools on various platforms.

    • The apps were straightforward and very usable for screen reader users, but there were still some challenges:
      • Elements not recognized as buttons on the IOS app
      • Controls identified as images on the watch app
      • Issues with some controls like sliders on the Android app.
    • Accessibility for low vision users was particularly challenging as there were no built in magnification features and the onboard magnification tools were not as effective as they could be in facilitating access.

    Read the full Accessibility Report on


    NNELS. (2023). Accessibility Report for Libro.FM.