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Cook Up a Mystery with the Bookshare Book Club

Welcome back to the Bookshare Book Clubs for adults and teens! July’s book for adults is My Soul Looks Back, a memoir by food writer Jessica B. Harris. July’s book for teens is Truly Devious, a mystery by Maureen Johnson featuring amateur detective Stevie Bell. Register today, download the books from Bookshare, and join the conversations on Zoom at the end of the month.

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Bookshare by the Numbers 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has set into motion unprecedented change in the education space, and our Bookshare initiative has risen to help address the number one challenge: how do we keep children learning when schools are closed? These numbers show the scale at which software can be used to build a more inclusive future, in this case by providing people with reading barriers with a means to read, learn, and access information in ways that work for them.

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Unlock a Summer of Fun with Bookshare’s #AllInTogether Summer Read-a-thon

Parents: Keep your child engaged with this fun and easy summer reading program featuring hand-picked reading lists, tips to encourage reading, and a pledge form.

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Expert Insights: How Distance Learning Changed Education and Opened the Door to Assistive Technology

Assistive technology tools and online resources like Bookshare can help students with disabilities during this time of distance learning.

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Students with Dyslexia Meet Distance Learning Challenges Head On

Three students with dyslexia share how they leverage a variety of instructional delivery platforms, assistive technology solutions, and personal coping strategies to make distance learning work for them

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