Nonprofit aims to expand college students' access to alternate texts

05/1/2009 | eCampus News (free registration)

A nonprofit group called Bookshare is partnering with 11 U.S. colleges and universities to more quickly transform reading materials into formats that can be used by students who have visual or physical disabilities. It often takes weeks for colleges to scan, reformat, proofread and print such alternate materials on their own.

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