Search Help Center

Now that Bookshare offers books in EPUB format, Apple users can read EPUB books on their computers and mobile devices using iBooks.iBooks on macOSDownload EPUBLog in to your Bookshare account.Search for a book using the search box at the top of the page.After finding... more
Books from Bookshare are available in five specialized formats specifically designed for people with disabilities:Bookshare Web Reader - A customized reading tool for Bookshare members offering all the features of DAISY with a single click of the "Read Now" link. EPUB... more
Bookshare is constantly working on ways to improve your user experience. We release new software every three weeks, and sometimes we choose to open up a new feature or change in the way that you perform a task to a smaller "Beta group".  The following features are... more
Bookshare Release NotesBookshare has a new version released approximately every three weeks; this page will be used to learn about key new features or changes that matter to you.Bookshare 5.4.13 (October 31st, 2017)This release included:Back-end improvements increasing... more
Hundreds of authors contribute their books to make their work available to people with print disabilities. They work directly with Bookshare by donating their digital files. Bookshare accepts files in EPUB 2, EPUB 3, Word, and RTF. We cannot accept physical books or... more
Bookshare Acronyms and Lingo Definitions Bookshare Acronyms and Lingo Definition AT Assistive Technology - examples are Read:OutLoud, Victor Reader, AMIS, Read2Go BRF Braille Ready Format DAISY Digital Accessible Information System DIAGRAM... more
To comply with Copyright law, our books must be provided in a specialized format that makes them accessible to people with print disabilities. We know that some subscribers want to read our books on a portable eReader such as the Kindle or Nook. These devices do not... more