Bookshare University Newsletter

August 2013

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Alliant International University
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Boston University
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Florida State University
George Mason University
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Hadley School for the Blind
Idaho State University
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Michigan State University
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Monterey Peninsula College
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Ohio State University
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University of Arizona
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University of California, Berkeley
University of Colorado
University of Idaho
University of Montana
University of Texas, Austin
Utah State University
Whittier College

Get books from Bookshare and be ready for fall classes

With a little preparation, your students with print disabilities can be ready for the first day of class and continue on their journey of lifelong learning!

How can you get ready?

Visit our Back-to-Campus resource page and complete these three easy steps:

  1. Update your Bookshare account.
  2. Update student and sponsor rosters.
  3. Get your students' books ready.

We will continue to share tips, trainings and resources over the coming months. Stay tuned!

What's New at Bookshare?

We've been busy making Bookshare easier to use than ever. Learn what's new!

Now! Find Springer titles in Bookshare—accessible scientific, technical, and median eBooks

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Cherie Miller
Education Program Manager

Ideas that Work logoThis project is supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Cooperative Agreement #H327K070001). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education.

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