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"I just wanted to say thank you for all this as I feel almost overwhelmed with gratitude. I have benefited enormously from this provision already and it has removed the huge stress of being able to keep up with everything."Learner, 18 November 2019

"@RNIBBookshare signed up to the service for 2 universities I work with. Great service support,  saved 10 hours of work in a day and quick delivery times of books for print impaired readers. If your your uni has not joined or used in a while jump back on board." Andy, Twitter 29 Oct 2019

"RNIB Bookshare takes all the hard work out of sourcing accessible texts for librarians. RNIB Bookshar is one of the most impressive services that RNIB offer." Liz Rangers, Facebook, 3 September 2019

"Thank you RNIB Bookshare, you are a huge help as a resource to locate #accessible texts for students. This week at @SUTranscription we have downloaded nearly every book needed for 2 new students. Ready now for the tart of the new term" Swansea University Transcription, August 2019

“One of the great things about @RNIBBookshare is the way it gives so many disabled students proper autonomy and independence. Still astonished that some FE & HE orgs haven't joined (or join but don't promote to students). It's great. Use it!” Alistair McNaught, JISC, May 2019

"Between the books already available on RNIB Bookshare and the books which you have requested from the publishers, I have been able to supply a second year nursing student with 30+ books within a week of accessing the reading lists, which is amazing for her (and us!). Thank you very much" Angharad, Swansea University Transcription Centre 16 January 2019

"I love @RNIBBookshare They have grown their accessible content tremendously and are my first port of call for sourcing text for print-disabled students. And a lovely, helpful bunch, too! #accessibility" Hazel, Twitter, 4 September 2018

"Today I was introduced to @RNIBBookshare. It's a phenomenal resource - free, accessible, curriculum books & images for any print disabled learner. It's going to be transformative for some of my students. (Latin teachers - it includes CLC @Caecilius_CLC‬)" Miss Mortimer, Twitter, 6 September 2018

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