Bruce Alter, Oregon physical therapist and AT consultant, shares insights for fast-tracking students to get accessible ebooks and reading accommodations with support from Bookshare
Bookshare Blog Posts
Bookshare’s March Madness book bracket competition is over. The slam dunk winner is…Little Fires Everywhere.
A recent article featured in We Are Teachers shares four ways teachers are using Bookshare in the classroom to turn reluctant readers into engaged readers.
Bookshare is excited to announce our first ever March Madness Book Bracket! 16 books from 4 genres will compete against one another to see which book reigns supreme as Bookshare’s favorite.
Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. March’s book for teens is “You Should See Me in a Crown” and adults will discuss “His Only Wife.” Everyone is welcome!
Chantonette Lyles urges college students with disabilities to be proactive and take the initiative to request the services and accommodations they need such as books in alternate formats from Bookshare.
The role of teachers and parents has always been important in supporting student learning. The pandemic has made this partnership even more important as teachers and parents work together to keep kids engaged. Bookshare’s Individual Membership is the perfect tool for both teachers and parents to support learning wherever that takes place. Here’s how.
The Bookshare team receives many questions about everything from who qualifies and what membership costs to the types of ebooks in the collection and how to read them. Read on for answers to frequently asked questions and other mysteries.
Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. February’s book for teens is “Clap When You Land” and adults will discuss “Black Buck.” Everyone is welcome!
Do you want to learn more about the benefits of Bookshare Individual Memberships? Watch a replay of a recent webinar and discover how to empower learning, increase reading independence, and save time by giving students Individual Memberships.