Can a student or parent without access to a computer read books provided by a school district?

Students without computer access can read Bookshare books in a number of ways. Braille or large print users can get their materials embossed or printed by the school or accessible media center. Digital content can be put on media (like CDs) and played in inexpensive players. MP3 format book files can be played on MP3 players or most cell phones.