Nonprofit aims to improve access to audio texts

01/11/2009 | New Times (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)

Nearly 47,000 digital audiobooks are available online to students with visual and learning disabilities and schools that serve them. Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, which boasts the nation's largest collection of audio textbooks, charges individuals $35 annually, plus a $65 initial registration fee; schools pay as little as $350 annually.

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