Have different learning styles (prefer aural methods of processing information)?
Are English language learners?
Are parents that multitask?
Have difficult schedules, such as commuters, or those that work multiple jobs?
Want to take ownership over their own learning processes?
Have a disability (ex. dyslexia) but do not have an accommodation through DRS?
The Text-to-Speech Tool and User Guide is at this URL: How to convert Text to Speech - Listen to your book chapters or articles anytime/anywhere?
For PRINT documents, follow the instruction at this URL: How to Convert Print to MP3 - Text to Speech?
This Text-to-Speech Tool is also a good tool for document accessibility conversion