Getting Started

Learning Ally audiobooks are a powerful accommodation for students with print disabilities. A print disability prevents a person from gaining information from printed material in the standard way, and requires them to utilize alternative methods to access that information. Print disabilities include visual impairments, learning disabilities, or physical disabilities that impede the ability to manipulate a book in some way.

Parents: Visit our community page to get involved.

Four Simple steps

Teacher Ally, Learning Ally’s online portal, allows educators to create student accounts, assign audiobooks and monitor progress. It’s easy to get started using four simple steps:

Additional Resources

Download these help guides for information on how to use your membership to the fullest. Learning Ally also makes it easy to start implementing audiobooks in your classroom with lesson plans and more.

 

Need assistance?

Jennifer Dougherty

Program Manager

Jennifer Dougherty

For help enrolling your students or setting up educators in your Teacher Ally account, contact: Jennifer Dougherty, jDougherty@LearningAlly.org, 617.500.2712