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Bookshare expects members (or parents/guardians for students less than 18 years of age) to self-certify student enrollment status, but reserves the right to request proof.For example, if a student gets an individual membership citing enrollment in a school that has... more
Schools can register for organizational memberships and download books for their students online. You can also request individual memberships for students who want independent access to the library.For schools and students in the U.S., membership is free through an... more
Yes. All Bookshare members must have a qualifying print disability.For more information about our qualifications, please visit our Qualifications Page.
Yes; learn more about International membership here.
Video Tutorial: Sign Up as an Individual × There are three steps to becoming a Bookshare member:1. Register online. Click “Sign Up Today”Click Sign Up... more
Video Tutorial: Proof of Disability for Individual Members × There are several methods for providing Proof of Disability when completing an Individual Membership for... more
Video Tutorial: Sign Up as an Organization × There are three basic steps to sign up your school and becoming a Bookshare organizational member:1. Register online. Click “... more
Yes! Students can download books on their own if they have either student logins or Individual Memberships.Student logins now allow students to acccess and download any books shared with them by their teachers.And this guide will provide step-by-step directions and... more
Yes, parents can sign up their own child.To qualify for a free student membership for U.S. students, parents can enter their child’s school information during the sign-up process. All memberships for U.S. students are currently free through an award from the U.S.... more
Video Tutorial: Add Individual Membership to Student Accounts × If a student is on the roster of an existing Organizational Membership:A sponsor can set a limited access... more