By the 2000s, membership was skyrocketing, as more than 75% of our membership came from individuals with learning disabilities ( from kindergartners to graduate students, as well as working professionals).
- 2002: RFB&D released DAISY CD (AudioPlus®) digitally recorded textbooks.
- 2007: RFB&D transitioned to an all-digital Learning Through Listening® Library, and launched the support website at www.LearningThroughListening.org.
- 2008: RFB&D introduced WMA Downloadable (AudioAccessSM), allowing titles to be downloaded directly to computers and portable media players.
- 2009: RFB&D introduced Downloadable DAISY (Downloadable AudioPlus®).