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Books for People with Print Disabilities

by Michael Pujals on 2018-10-16T11:48:49-07:00 in Research Tools | Comments

The Internet Archive now has 1.8 million free digitized books available as part of it's program to provide books to those with print reading disabilities. This program is for individuals:

  1. If you are already a qualified user of  NLS-BARD, Bookshare®, or Ontario Council of University Libraries Scholar’s Portal (ACE) then you can link your account and gain access.  
  2. If you are affiliated with any of these organizations then please contact them and they can help you qualify your account.
  3. If you would like to apply for access (it is free), fill in this form to contact the Vermont Mutual Aid Society.

Learn more about the Books for People with Print Disabilities program

See the books available through the Books for People with Print Disabilities program

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