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A specialist VI teacher from East Kent called to tell us that ‘lots of schools use it in East Kent and they think it’s a fantastic resource’. She’s currently working with a Year 6 learner who has been using RNIB Bookshare for a couple of years; and it’s been a great help to him. (17 January 2022)

'We (Cardiff University) have been using RNIB Bookshare for our students for several years now and I would like to say a massive thank you! The resource is absolutely brilliant and our print-disabled students appreciate it so much.' (29 November 2021)

I love @RNIBBookshare. There is book that I've been struggling to read the print copy of for months that wasn't on Bookshare. Decided to use the request a copy option last Friday and they've been able to add a PDF within a week. Should have done this months ago!' Laura, Post Grad (Twitter 22 October 2021)

'The RNIB Bookshare collection is a fabulous resource. It's great to be able to access it from Ireland as well. I found cookbooks on there last night I've wanted for years. It's absolutely superb.' Donal, Further Ed student (Twitter, 24 August 2021)

' Great news! @RNIBBookshare is a fantastic resource that helps us obtain #accessible texts for our students! We hope that it continues to grow and that more and more publishers become involved in making their resources available.' Swansea University Transcription Centre (Twitter, 29 September 2021

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