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This guide assists FSCJ students and faculty in utilizing the Learning Ally online collection of over 80,000 audiobooks that helps students with reading difficulties.


                            Learning Ally is for students with dyslexia or other reading difficulties who struggle with decoding, fluency or comprehension, who are blind or visually impaired, or who have a physical disability that prohibits them from reading standard print

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Learning Ally - Audio Formats

Learning Ally's audiobook formats:

  • Classics Audio: A human reading an audiobook without the text displayed.
  • VOICEtext(H): Human narrator with text that you can follow along with as it reads.
  • VOICEtext(S): Synthetic voice with text you can follow along with as it reads. 

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What is Learning Ally

"Learning Ally enables faculty to assign books to students who can also add books of interest to their personal reading lists, thereby enhancing their reading skills. The book collections are diverse in Lexile reading levels and in subject matters. In addition, Learning Ally books can be searched and read (listened to) online via a computer or on a personal mobile device via a Leaning Ally app."  More about the college success program can be found here.

"Learning Ally has developed its College Success Program Core Curriculum, providing specialized resources for self-advocacy, academic achievement and a well-rounded college experience necessary for success on and beyond campus."  More information here.

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