Here you will find resources to many reading-related sites such as bookshare and Web Braille.

Click this link to visit the home page of Bookshare.

Bookshare is a site that allows people to read books that are available to sighted people. Unlike most books from the public domain, these books are copyright and have been scanned using OCR software.

Click here to visit Web Braille.

Note that when first entering the site, it will ask you to enter a user name and password. This you must have already obtain, for all features of Web Braille are limitted to registered users.

Visit the site of the National Braille Press.

Here you can order hardcopy braille books that are already printed.

click here to access BARD.

BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) is a place where you can download many digital books and play on your DAISY players. This site is also strictrly limitted to registered users. Click here to visit the home page of the National Library of congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically handicapped.

Visit the homepage of Project Gutenberg, a site that provides classics in HTML and text formats.

Project Gutenberg contains a lot of books that are in the public domain. Such books are no longer copyright, thus they are now available to anyone who wants them.

Text Network for the Blind and physically handicapped.

Learn about how to become eligible for RFbAndD.

Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic provides lots of materials, especially textbooks and reference materials.

Are you interested in classic literature? Open Library has some great books from authors that wrote books in the 19th and 20th century.
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