Bookshare University Newsletter

September 2013

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Bookshare University Partners:

Alliant International University
Arizona State University
Boston University
College of New Jersey
College of San Mateo
De Anza College
Florida State University
George Mason University
Georgetown University Law Center
Hadley School for the Blind
Idaho State University
Indiana University
Landmark College
Loras College
Michigan State University
Miami University
Monterey Peninsula College
Mohawk Community College
Ohio State University
San Diego Mesa College
Santa Clara University
Santa Monica College
Santa Rosa Junior College
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Stanford University
Texas A&M University, College Station
Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi
University of Arizona
University of Arkansas
University of California, Berkeley
University of Colorado
University of Idaho
University of Montana
University of Texas, Austin
Utah State University
Whittier College

Get Reading Tools to Empower Your Students in Class

Last month, we helped you get ready for the first day of class.

This month, we want to help your students get the most out of Bookshare in class!

Download Reading Tools in the Classroom

Once students have their books, they will need a reading tool to open books and use their accessibility features.

Do your students like to read and listen to words read aloud? Does word highlighting help them focus? Do they prefer refreshable braille?

Reading tools provide a variety of features that can help in different ways. How should you choose?

Visit the September Back-to-School Resource page and get three easy tips to find the right reading tool today!

What’s new at DIAGRAM?

Do you serve disabled veterans on your campus?

Learn how qualified Veterans who are students can join Bookshare for free. Veterans Program.


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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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