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Learning Ally is Here for You Amid School Closures

Categories: General, In the news, Learning Ally “How-To Use”

Every day brings new developments related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19); we know your first priority is the health and safety of your students, staff and their extended families, just as it is ours. That’s why we’re taking steps now to ensure that the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution is an essential component of your emerging distance learning plan and helps you to provide equal access to educational opportunities for all your students.

How can you keep your students reading?

Here are the three steps we recommend to ensure your students continue to have access to the books they need and love:

1. Review the eligibility guide so you can identify as many eligible students as possible. Remember that students do not need an IEP or 504 plan to be eligible.

 2. Ensure all of your educators who need access to Learning Ally Audiobooks, have access, can log in, add key curricular texts and literature to your student’s bookshelves, and monitor students’ reading progress remotely.

 3. Keep students reading at home by providing their parents with this Parent Information Packet. It includes instructions for both parents and students, system requirements, a detailed guide for using the audiobook app (in English and Spanish), and even a list of featured audiobooks.

Learning Ally is here to help

As we all prepare for what is to come in the weeks ahead, please know that Learning Ally wishes the best for you, your educators, and the students and families you serve. We will be keeping a close eye on the situation and doing all we can to continually support our customers and the students we serve! 

If you or your parents have questions please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance:  

Learning Ally Customer Care Center 
Phone: 800-221-4792
Email: CustomerCare@LearningAlly.org