[caption id="attachment_27234" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="More than 40,000 students at 400 colleges used Flat World textbooks in the fall 2009 semester."]More than 40,000 students at 400 colleges used Flat World textbooks in the fall 2009 semester.[/caption]

Students who are blind, have low vision, or have a learning disability that requires computer-generated speech and highlighted text soon will have more resources after publisher Flat World Knowledge announced Dec. 14 that it will make its content available to Bookshare, the largest web-based library for people with print disabilities.

Bookshare, which has 75,000 members worldwide, will add 11...

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