AT Devices

August 3, 2017

If you are using a BrailleNote Touch device, the easiest way to find, download and start reading your books is to:

July 1, 2014

You can manually download Bookshare books to your Dynavox Maestro, V/Vmax, or V+/Vmax+ by saving them as a DAISY Text file, then opening the book in Dynavox's eBook Reader. 

June 9, 2014

Setting up for the First Time

To utilize the Bookshare program on the BrailleSense, you will first need to customize a few of its options to get started. These settings will be saved until you change them.

June 9, 2014

The “Options” dialog allows you to set items such as download location, default download type, and whether the Braille Sense U2 automatically unpacks the Bookshare book or periodical.

June 9, 2014

If you select “periodicals” from the “select search Mode” combo box, the next item in the dialog is an edit box in to which you can enter a “periodical ID”. Each periodical in the Bookshare collection contains a numerical ID you can use to quickly access it. Enter the ID in the edit box, and press “Enter” to initiate the periodical search, or tab to the “Search” button and press “enter”.

June 9, 2014

When you choose “Books” from the “Select Search Mode” combo box described above, the next item in the dialog is “Select Search Method”. Press “Space” to choose between “Search word” and “Category search”. 

June 9, 2014

The latest Victor Reader Stream model includes built in Wifi allowing Bookshare members to log into, search, and download Bookshare content directly on the device.

First enable the Bookshare service by:

June 4, 2014

The latest Victor Reader Stream includes built in Wifi allowing Bookshare users to log in, search, and download Bookshare content directly on the device itself. If you have this device click here for more information.

June 2, 2014

If you are using a new BrailleNote Touch device, the easiest way is to use Go Read. Learn more here.

Otherwise, you'll need to use removable media such as a flash drive or memory card to copy books to a BrailleNote.