[aisle] Learning Ally / audiobooks

Pantle, Holly PantleH at charleston.k12.il.us
Mon Jan 4 07:15:31 CST 2021

We have used it in our district for years. We do have to download an App to access it though; whether you are using a tablet or computer.

Ms. Holly Pantle

Educational Technology Director

Charleston CUSD#1<https://www.charleston.k12.il.us/>



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Subject: [aisle] Learning Ally / audiobooks

A teacher inquired about Learning Ally to provide students with audio versions of the books we use in the curriculum. Does anyone use this site? Thoughts on it?

Alternatively, what are high schools doing to have audiobooks available for students with IEPs/504s – preferably ones that aren’t single use?

Gail Meyer, Librarian

TF South High School, Lansing, IL

gmeyer at tfd215.org<mailto:gmeyer at tfd215.org>

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