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Brainfuse Online Tutoring Review

Brainfuse Online Tutoring Review

This semester, I discovered that I need some extra help with some of my data science coursework involving physics and statistics, so I went looking for online tutoring services that could help me. I was thrilled to learn that my library has a partnership with…

Watching Free Documentaries With Kanopy

Watching Free Documentaries With Kanopy

During my freshman year of college, I had the opportunity to take one of my favorite classes of all time- a course called Software Usability Analysis and Design. The class focused on teaching elements of good and bad design through the lens of technology, and…

Mango Languages for Libraries Review

Mango Languages for Libraries Review

Since I started attending college outside of Washington DC, I have met many friends that have lived all over the world and that speak multiple languages, including Hindi, Greek, Spanish, Tagalog, Chinese, Russian, and more. I love when my friends teach me things about their…

TumbleBooks For Low Vision Review

TumbleBooks For Low Vision Review

Many libraries have started providing eBooks for cardholders of all ages. While many eBook titles available are targeted at adults, there are still services that provide eBooks for children at no cost to cardholders. One of the most popular eBook services for children is TumbleBooks,…

Hoonuit Free Technology Tutorials Review

Hoonuit Free Technology Tutorials Review

A free online library service that helps you learn technology and improve your resumè

Why To Attend Therapy Dog Reading Programs

Why To Attend Therapy Dog Reading Programs

This week, a news story went viral about a therapy dog reading program in Minnesota. One of the dogs in the program, named Sting, didn’t have anybody read to him at one of the events, so his owner posted a Facebook picture encouraging kids to…

RBDigital Magazines and Zinio For Libraries Review

RBDigital Magazines and Zinio For Libraries Review

Read magazines on your iPad, Android, or Kindle in an accessible format for free using Zinio for Libraries and RBDigital app.

eReaders and Low Vision

eReaders and Low Vision

Why I love eReaders and how they help students with print disabilities

Why I Brought A Desktop Computer to College

Why I Brought A Desktop Computer to College

How having both a laptop and desktop computer has helped me in my classes

College Libraries and Low Vision

College Libraries and Low Vision

Ten free resources in college libraries that aren’t found on shelves

Digital Library Resources For Vision Impaired Patrons

Digital Library Resources For Vision Impaired Patrons

Four free online services for low vision users and others at your local library