Upcoming ONBIDA Webinars
Stay tuned for more webinars in 2018!
Previously recorded ONBIDA Webinars
Accessible audio and e-books from the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA) and Bookshare recorded Thursday February 8, 2018 at 8pm ET
Click here to see the recorded webinar about CELA services, and how to download and listen to audiobooks from CELA and Bookshare.
CELA (Centre for Equitable Library Access) offers access to 500,000+ accessible books and more for people who have difficulty reading print due to dyslexia, vision loss, or a physical disability. CELA’s collection includes books for kids and teens, with a focus on best sellers, award winners, and Canadian books that are hard to find in accessible formats. Books can be downloaded and read with a variety of accessible reading apps or software. CELA membership is free through any Ontario public library, thanks to funding from the Government of Ontario. Once signed up, you can also receive a free Bookshare membership, and get access to the world’s largest accessible online library. For more information email: email@example.com
The International Dyslexia Association has a series of free recorded webinars on topics such as Overcoming Dyslexia, IDA Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading and Teacher Certification.
Upper Mid-West Branch of IDA regularly offers free live webinars on various topics dealing with dyslexia. Upcoming webinars are listed hereand recorded webinarsare available on their website. CEU's are available at a nominal cost.
Southern California Tri-Council Branch of IDA also has regular webinars; recorded webinars are available here. Click on the icons on the top of the page to access the archived webinars by year.
Learning Ally is an national non-profit organization in the United States dedicated to helping students with print disabilities, with access to over 80,000 audiobooks and other dyslexia resources, including webinars. Unfortunately the audiobook collection is only available to residents of the U.S. (due to copyright law).