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Most downloads require some time to be packaged prior to being made avaialble for download. For these books you will be taken to the My History page once a book is requested for download. Please select the Available or Downloaded link to initiate download for your... more
Each web browser and application may save downloaded files in different locations. Please first check your downloads folder and your documents folder as these are the two most common download locations for most browsers.If you are unsuccessful please search your... more
It may be possible that your network is blocking or identifying our emails as spam. Please check your spam folders to see if our emails are being routed to that folder. If so, please add *rnibbookshare.org as a trusted sender to your email filters.If this does not work... more
Unfortunately UK education collection receives some books from publishers that do not have page breaks..These books will have the entire book located on one page. If you're using Read:OutLoud, please select the next page arrow button on the top of the page. The program... more
If a book does not have a "Read Now" link, it may be due to one of the following reasons:You may be using a browser that is not compatible with the Bookshare Web Reader. Please read about compatible browsers here.Your book is not available in Bookshare Web Reader. If... more
You must use Google Chrome with Bookshare Web Reader to use your computer's built-in text-to-speech. Please go to: https://aboutmybrowser.com/ and confirm you have Chrome version 23 or above. If you are using Chrome version 23 or above and you still do not hear your... more
Your last read location will only be remembered if you use the same browser on the same computer. If you switch computers, browsers, or have cleared the cookies for your browser, your last read location will not be saved.
This error indicates this title is currently not compatible with our Web Reader utility. Unfortunately these incompatibilities are complex and may take a significant amount of time to correct, as such we cannot give an estimated time for this issue to be resolved. This... more
The default number of downloads per 30 days is 100 books.The book download limit is based on a 30 day cycle that starts on the day you download your first book. If for example, your download is 100, and 100 books were downloaded on day 1, additional books wouldn’t be... more
To protect publishers' interests under the terms of the copyright act, each book file downloaded is digitally fingerprinted with the information about the one student who will be receiving the book. With these fingerprints, UK education collection can detect illegal... more
There are three ways that a Sponsor (member of staff) can allow members to access RNIB BookshareUK education collection at home:A Sponsor can create a username and password and create a member account, then share books across a reading list. For more information watch... more
A person with a qualified print disability, such as visual impairment, certain physical disabilities and severe learning disabilities would qualify for UK education collection. Learn more about qualifications.
Yes! If a student has membership through a school or other organisation they will be able to search and download books themselves.
Any staff member named as a "Sponsor" by an organization can download books for all of the students registered under the organizational account. To download a book, a staff member selects the student from the student list that the download is intended for. All UK... more
Quicklists make it easier for Sponsors to manage the members they support. Quicklist members will also appear at the top of the list of Members from whom to choose during the download process, making it easier for Sponsors to find the right member(s). Each Sponsor can... more