- Let me give you an example of why I like bookshare. Looking on the kindle store for franklin w dixon I find: Showing 1 - 12 of 132 Results. on bookshare:Message 1 of 70 , Jul 6, 2012View SourceLet me give you an example of why I like bookshare. Looking on the kindle
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From: Roger Loran Bailey
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2012 5:49 PM
Subject: Re: [bardtalk] bookshare
As a matter of fact, Bookshare has, as of this typing, 152,850 different
books ready for the downloading. How many books does BARD have? Not even
close to that many.
On 7/1/2012 9:38 PM, Jack and Becky wrote:
75 bucks for the first year then fifty bucks a year there after.
Not a bad deal really considering the number of books it gives a
person access too.
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>Date sent: Sun, 1 Jul 2012 10:09:50 -0700
>Subject: Re: [bardtalk] bookshare
>Do we have to pay for getting books from Book share if we want to
use our LOC. digital players to read them?
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- I have an overdrive account, but when I read all of the messages, I can t figure out what to do as it relates to Bookshare. Will someone write me off list?Message 70 of 70 , Oct 1, 2012View SourceI have an overdrive account, but when I read all of the messages, I can't figure out what to do as it relates to Bookshare. Will someone write me off list?Beverly
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Overdrive buys Bookshare memberships for people with disabilities
through its LEAP program because of its inaccessible service.
Bookshare only sells memberships one year in duration. It is
Overdrive's intent to offer an accessible service at some point in the
future. When the service becomes accessible, Overdrive will stop
funding the Bookshare memberships. Overdrive's written materials are
unclear about this and my local library followed up to obtain an
absolute commitment that the company would provide membership renewals
as long as the service remained inaccessible.