The Bookshare Blog is published approximately three to four times per month by members of the Bookshare team. Our goal is to share information with the Bookshare community to raise awareness about the benefits of accessible ebooks, reach new Bookshare members, encourage reading, introduce new features and titles, and share success stories about students and adult members as well as the teachers and parents who support them.
- Student/teacher/parent spotlights
- School district success stories
- Tips to engage students with reading barriers
- New books and reading lists in the collection
- New features and product tips
- Conferences and events that Bookshare is participating in
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Bookshare is an ebook library that makes reading easier. People with reading barriers like dyslexia, blindness, and physical disabilities can read in ways that work for them with a huge collection of titles in audio, audio + highlighted text, braille, and other formats. Around the world, people with reading barriers use Bookshare for school, work, and the joy of reading. Membership is free for qualified U.S. students and schools and less than $1 per week for all other members. Bookshare is an initiative of Benetech, a nonprofit that empowers communities with software for social good.
This project is supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Award Number H327D170002). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education.
Benetech is a nonprofit dedicated to reducing social and economic inequity in partnership with the communities that we serve through software for social good. Benetech’s initiatives are transforming how students, jobseekers, and older adults across the globe read, learn, and work. Benetech believes that access to information is a human right, and no person should encounter barriers to education, literacy, or employment due to differences or disability.