Text Books for People with Print Disabilities

Founded in 1948, Learning Ally’s original mission was to enable blinded World War II veterans to attend college, but over time it has expanded to serve a complete spectrum of individuals for whom reading is a barrier to learning.  Today Learning Ally serves more than 200,000 K-12, college and graduate students, as well as veterans and working professionals.

Learning Ally provides the nation’s largest online accessible audio library of core curriculum textbooks and literature, including extensive navigation, bookmarking and control features essential for successful studying. The books can be accessed on mainstream devices like the Apple iPad and iPhone, MP3 players, Mac and PC computers, and CDs.  Currently, the collection of more than 69,000 textbooks and literature offers reading material for K-12 through post-graduate school.

For more information, visit the Learning Ally website.

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