Sunday, August 22, 2010


Many services are available for e-books. Some are free and easily downloaded. Others have a charge. You must read the copyright regulations prior to your decisions.

Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic was completely switched from tape to CD by June 2007, and now itis free to students. College students simply need to register for services. They will need a contact person at the school to verify your qualifications.

University of Virginia has thousands of e-books available. from Kent State University has a non-commercial repository for eBook research.

Project Gutenburg has many eBooks that are free of charge that will download to Palm Pilot or a computer.

Most publishers also provide e-texts usually with “proof-of-purchase” of text book.

Kindle is now completely accessible

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