Teacher Feedback about Enhanced Books

In the video below, Heather Morrison discusses some of the benefits she’s noticed over the past few months, since introducing enhanced ebooks into her ELA classroom at Perspectives II High School.


Bookshare How-To’s

The following screencasts provide guidance in using both the Bookshare website as well as tools that can be used to read Bookshare materials on computers and mobile devices. More information on student eligibility and administrative procedures is provided on the pageĀ Accessible Library Memberships.

*Please note that Word Q cannot be used to read books from Bookshare, because the formats are not compatible.

Using EasyReader on an iPad
Requires i0s 9.1+



How to Navigate in Bookshare

How to Organize and Edit Members (Students)


How to Add & Edit Sponsors (School Personnel)


How to Create & Edit Reading Lists



Using Capti on an iPad

Using Capti in a Browser

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Using Bookshare Web Reader in a Browser
(Compatible with Chrome on PC and Mac, or Safari on Mac)

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Using EasyReader on an iPad
Requires i0s 9.1+(Android version forthcoming)

Using Voice Dream on an iPad

Tech tip: Using Snapverter to convert paper into an accessible digital document

Is your school board using Google accessibility apps and extensions?

Here’s a brief demonstration video on how to use Snapverter, an add-on for Read&Write for Google Chrome that allows you or your student to convert a printed document (assignment, page of a book, etc) into a digital document that can be used with Read& Write. A great tool for increasing accessibility!