"Audiobooks, especially when read by humans, can be an important part of success … audiobooks expose students to academic vocabulary and the language of books and these things will ultimately make a tremendous difference to their comprehension." Barbara Wilson
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80,000 titles with human-narration + thousands with TEXT,  subject-matter experts and voice actors

Volunteers across the nation with subject-matter expertise in areas such as science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are professionally trained to read and describe each content area, including image and chart descriptions as well as equations. A partnership with the Screen Actors Guild also brings 100 professional voice actors to the Learning Ally audiobook library. 

Learning Ally works with major textbook publishers including: Prentice Hall Pearson, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Macmillan McGraw Hill, Cengage Learning, W.W. Norton, Random House, Scholastic and many more!

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The Great Gatsby Audiobook Cover

Classic Literature

Grubers SAT Study Aid

Study Aids

Divergent popular fiction audiobook

Popular fiction

To Kill A Mockingbird Audiobook cover

Class reads

AP World History Test Prep Audiobook Cover

Test preparation

Students listen on computers, Chromebooks, smartphones, tablets or other mobile devices.

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Students receive their own unique credentials to access their online bookshelf. They can then download our free app and login to download books to their home or school-issued computer or mobile device.

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