[Pibe-division] Braille Books-ebooks on ipad or other itool

Dr. Denise M. Robinson dmehlenbacher at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 14 18:27:40 UTC 2012

Read2go---download ebooks for your iPad or other iToolVideo on www.yourtechvision.com 
Read2Go is the most accessible e-book reader app for readers with print disabilities. Directly from within the Read2Go app, Bookshare members can find, download, and read books all on a single Apple 
device. No need to download books to computers, transfer files, or 
decompress files! Just download and READ! from the Read2Go website
Read2Go Highlights
	* Browse and search Bookshare’s entire collection
	* Download and automatically unzip books
	* Store books on the Read2Go bookshelf
	* Connect via blue tooth to specific braille displays to read in braille
	* Read books multi-modally (see and hear words at the same time)
	* Read in text only or text-to-speech mode with built-in Acapela voices
	* Control font size, color, background, reading speed and more!
	* Volume purchase discounts available for schools
This ereader is truly one of the easiest readers to use. Once 
you type in your basic information and picks your configurations, just 
type in the title you want and it will instantly download from the 
bookshare site. Go out and find other periodicals and more with this 
incredibly easy reader. It will bring the world to your finger tips. 
Anyone with a reading disability will achieve the ability to see and 
hear a book and back up the learning with a braille display


Denise M. Robinson, TVI, Ph.D. 
CEO, TechVision, LLC
Specialist in technology, teaching, training for blind/low vision

Website with hundreds of informational articles & lessons all done with 
keystrokes to educate blind/low vision: www.yourtechvision.com 

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doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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