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RNIB Bookshare Service for learners responds to the pandemic

The RNIB Bookshare service has a vast UK education collection that provides textbooks and materials to support the UK curriculum from early years to adult education. The free service for learners with a print disability, which can be accessed by teachers, students and now parents in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, has a range of accessible formats so books can be read electronically or adapted to suit personal reading needs. Books for leisure reading are also available.

Membership of the scheme is normally restricted to education establishments. However, during the coronavirus pandemic, arrangements have been made for parents of children whose school is not a member to make an application.

For general information on the Bookshare service, visit their website. Information about the coronavirus situation, including how parents can apply to use the service, can be found here.


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