[tabi] Fw: News: Bookshare Offers Free Trial Memberships For Disabled Adults

  • From: "Darla J. Rogers" <djrogers0628@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2010 11:07:36 -0400

Subject: Fwd: News: Bookshare Offers Free Trial Memberships For Disabled Adults



text of forwarded message follows:

Hi everyone. Will you please share the contents of this email with as many
disabled adults as you can, especially veterans, senior citizens, and others
who could benefit from this?

Until the end of August, Bookshare is offering a free 3-month, 20 book
downloads per month, trial membership to anyone who is an American citizen
with a qualifying disability. After the free trial is over, Bookshare will
waive the normal $25 set-up fee, making it only $50 for trial members to
subscribe. Qualifying disabilities include but are not limited to visual
impairment, learning disabilities, physical disabilities that prevent a
person from holding a book, and certain types of traumatic brain injury.

Bookshare also provides free yearly accounts to anyone who is a student,
regardless of age or path of study. This is the first time Bookshare has
reached out to those who are not in school to provide free access to all
disabled adults who want service.

You can learn more by visiting

http://www.bookshare.org/_/aboutUs/2010/07/ada20Anniversary

Sincerely,
Monica Willyard
text of forwarded message ends:

John
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