Below are examples and resources for getting and using digital text.
For students with a print disability and qualify under the Chafee Amendment, free materials are available through the following resources . Additional information is on the Reading section of this website
bookshare.org Contact ATAAC for getting students signed up and for training to use Bookshare. Bookshare is currently free to schools and qualifying individuals.
Accessible Book Collection is especially useful for elementary students with thousands of books available. $50 annual subscription for schools and individuals. Versions of the books are available for Clicker, Boardmaker and Classroom Suite.
California Department of Education has text books available in large print, braille and e-text. Contact ATAAC for how to download electronic materials.
Learning Ally (formally Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic) this service provides audio versions of books with human voices.
A list of other websites is available in the Reading section.
Here is an example of a teacher providing digital text as an option in her classroom.