Putting Tar Heel Reader Books into iBooks – with Speech!

Jane Farrall shares her expertise on “Putting Tar Heel Reader Books into iBooks – with Speech!  In her blog post Jane provides step by step directions on how to import Tar Heel Reader books into iBooks with text to speech capabilties.

I am a HUGE fan of Tar Heel Reader – and have blogged about it before.  However, Tar Heel Reader has had a big upgrade and has some great changes that I am going to write about over a few blog post…


As scooped on Scoop.itOT mTool Kit

Carol Leynse Harpold‘s insight:

Jane Farrall explains Tar Heel Reader.com and how to put their early literacy books in to iBooks on the links above. iBooks is a free download in iTunes App Store.

Tar Heel Reader provides free storybooks written by teachers and therapists for emergent readers. Not only can you access books on their website, but you can also create your own books to share. Recent updates to their website now allows their stories to be imported into iBooks.

What a great literacy resource!


See on www.janefarrall.com

About Carol Leynse Harpold, MS, OTR/L, SCLV, ATP, CATIS

OTR/L with more than 35 years experience in pediatrics, school based therapy and adult rehabilitation. Masters of Science in Adaptive Education/Assistive Technology with 20 years experience in AT in education of elementary, middle school, secondary, post secondary students and work environments for adult clients. A RESNA Assistive Technology Practitioner with ACVREP CATIS credentials, AOTA Specialty Certification in Low Vision, USC Davis Executive Certificate in Home Modifications, servicing adults and students with disabilities in employment, education, and home environments. A 2020 graduate of the University of Alabama Birmingham Low Vision Certification Program.
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