RNIB Bookshare provides accessible textbooks and images to support dyslexic, partially sighted or blind learners who have difficulty reading standard print. Our service is free to educators in the UK and covers Early Years through to Higher Education.
RNIB Bookshare enables learners who cannot read standard print, including those with dyslexia and who are blind or partially sighted, to read the same books, at the same time as their classmates, giving them the same educational opportunities.
It is a free service, for use by staff who are supporting learners, in the UK, that have a print disability. Find out how to get started with RNIB Bookshare.
We have thousands of resources on the site, which include primary reading scheme books, textbooks for secondary and higher education and accessible large print and tactile images. New content is added daily.
One of the fantastic things about RNIB Bookshare is that it's a community. You can share books and images that you have created and have stored on your systems, helping to build a great central pool of resources for everyone that will reduce duplication of effort, whilst getting faster access to the resources your learners' need