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Learning Ally Audio-Learning Ally, formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, is committed to making reading accessible for all who learn differently. We provide over 75,000 audiobooks, audio textbooks, and other recorded books to help anyone who experiences difficulty in reading print material succeed. Learning Ally Membership is required to use this app

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Learning Through LIstening- CLassroom Tools: Sound Advice Get unlimited access to the world's largest library of audio textbooks for students with an IEP. Learn more at Learning Ally.

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Learning Ally Free Audio Books Online for Blind & Dyslexic Students

Learning Ally Free Audio Books Online for Blind & Dyslexic Students: Learning Ally's library of over 65,000 digital audio textbooks is an invaluable resource for readers who struggle to read standard print, whether due to a visual impairment or learning disability.

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Audio textbooks from Learning Ally: memberships give unlimited access to the 75,000+ digital library. Learn more: http://www.learningally.org/audiobook-membership/

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www.LearningAlly.org members use the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to download and listen to audio textbooks and literature titles.

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Text Synched With Audiobooks Improves Reading

Specialists confirm that many students with dyslexia benefit more from seeing and hearing text than from seeing it alone. Learning Ally produces audio textbooks for students with disabilities, including titles with on-screen text synched to human voice narration. Visit www.LearningAlly.org/Join.

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Learning Ally, formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, is committed to making reading accessible for all who learn differently. We provide over 75,000 audiobooks, audio textbooks, and other recorded books to help anyone who experiences difficulty in reading print material succeed. Learning Ally Membership is required to use this app.

Learning Ally is a national nonprofit with a defined approach to help support students with learning disabilities and their families.

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LEARNING ALLY has over 80,000 audiobooks available. It's $120 for 1 year or $50 per quarter. Every textbook we're using this year, including older textbooks and Catholic religion texts is in it. We're also very heavy on literature and every title we're scheduled to read this year was already in their offerings. This will eliminate 4 hours of reading I've been doing per day to help my son with his school and allow me to focus on just his reading program.

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