Reposted from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.
Today we spent sometime going through our archive looking for special needs apps we have shared here in the past and ended up with the chart below. These are apps we would recommend for teachers and parents of kids with learning disabilities. We have arranged the apps into four main categories: apps for dyslexic learners, apps for autistic learners, apps for the visually impaired and apps for learners with writing difficulties.
You know that the library offers books, movies, music, and more. But did you know that you can also access books, movies, music, and more online? Lee-Whedon has several digital collections that you can access from anywhere with just your library card.
Hoopla offers books, audiobooks, movies, music, and comics. Download them onto your device; Android, iOS, Roku, Chromecast, and Firestick are all compatible. Digital items return themselves automatically, so no worries about returning it late.
Overdrive mostly offers books and audiobooks. Download them onto your device and boom instant reading or listening. The Overdrive app is called Libby and can be downloaded onto the majority of devices. These books return themselves automatically too!
RBdigital offers digital magazines. Stuck at the doctor? Jump on RBdigital to download the latest popular magazines to keep yourself occupied! Compatible with most iOS, Android, and Kindle devices. You can also log in through a web browser. The best part is you never have to return these magazines; you can keep them forever.
The best non fiction books of 2018 that can be borrowed from Lee-Whedon:
Some of the best fiction books of 2018 that you can borrow from Lee-Whedon.
Children’s picture books
Here are our favorite gift ideas for 2018, in no specific order.