Kathie Schneider, retired clinical psychologist and Benetech Board member, reflects on the joy she experiences as a blind adult. Discover her alphabet of blind joy.
Bookshare Blog Posts
Bookshare celebrates fathers of all types with special reading lists and a free membership offer from Ability Central.
As the end of the school year looms, teachers can take steps now to ensure smooth transitions for students going to the next grade, a new school, or beyond. Learn some tips to keep students reading in the summer, set up reading lists for fall, and make sure students take their Bookshare membership wherever they go.
Innovative in-person and virtual programs at Redwood Literacy, a special school in Chicago, achieve reading success through assistive technology and literacy tools including Bookshare.
Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness day with Bookshare and Benetech! Learn how accessibility impacts the ways people learn, work, and live.
The summer is already heating up with human-narrated audiobooks, reading books with a smart speaker, and hand-picked summer reading lists for all ages from Bookshare. Find out how to join the fun!
Students with low incidence disabilities enjoy Bookshare books as part of their integrated curriculum at the George Crothers Memorial School, a special education school in Pennsylvania.
The Bookshare team extends heartfelt appreciation to superhero teachers everywhere during #TeacherAppreciationWeek
Parent advocacy group in Ontario – the Francophone Association for Learning Disorders – provides advice and resources such as Bookshare for children with dyslexia. The founder and president share their daughters’ struggles with reading and the audiobooks that saved them.
Nicholas Racheotes is an Emeritus Professor of History at Framingham State University and an Associate at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard. As a retired professor who is blind, he relies on Bookshare for his scholarly research, pleasure reading, and ticket to lifelong learning. He has been a Bookshare member since 2009, and he believes it is important to “put as many tools in the learning toolbox as possible.”