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Published on Nov 9, 2008
Profile of Bookshare.org member Alex Clark, a student at Lowville Academy in Lowville, New York. Alex, who has a learning disability, reads digital books from Bookshare.org on a computer using the Kurzweil 3000 software to convert books from text to speech. His mother Kelly comments on how Bookshare.org has helped Alex read independently.
Bookshare.org is the worlds largest online library for people with print disabilities. It offers more than 40,000 books and periodicals in accessible formats for reading in Braille, large print or with digital text-to-speech audio. The Bookshare.org library is free to all qualified U.S. students thanks to funding from the U.S. Department of Educations Office of Special Programs (OSEP).