Yes, you may copy and paste articles into read-aloud software. We don’t place any digital rights management (DRM) restrictions on Khan Academy content; we only ask that you include attribution when appropriate.
We’ve noticed that Khan Academy learners who require read-aloud capability are often already comfortable with their preferred read-aloud tools, so our goal is to make sure Khan Academy is easy to use with the tools learners are already familiar with.
However, for users who don't already have a preferred read-aloud tool, here’s one approach:
- Copy and paste text from Khan Academy into a Word document, and save it as a PDF.
- Open the PDF in a PDF reader—Adobe Acrobat Reader DC , for example, is free.
- In Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, click on the Read Out Loud option in the View menu.
This approach may be helpful for a variety of users, including younger students who can benefit from being read to and students who process auditory information more readily than visual information.