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Accessible Reading by James Pickard
For over a decade, Podiobooks were the backbone for hundreds of free stories from amazing authors, giving you content you couldn’t get anywhere else. But Podiobooks has merged with Scribl so now all of their original content is now available on iTunes, GooglePlay or wherever you download podcasts.
Open Culture brings together high-quality cultural & educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community. It’s all free. It’s all enriching. And it is centralized into one location. Content includes courses, movies, audio books, languages, textbooks, and more.
Search through history and more with Internet Archive, a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites and more. It was founded to build an Internet library offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to collections that exist in digital format.
Gather ‘round, it’s storytime! LibriVox uses volunteers to record chapters of books in the public domain and then releases those audio files back onto the net for free. You can download stories to listen to, or you can volunteer to record stories. All you need is a computer, a microphone, some free recording software and your own voice!
Turn your ‘dead time’ (time spent commuting, exercising, doing chores, etc.) into ‘learning time’ with LearnOutLoud. This side showcases the best in audio & video learning content on the web. They have over 10,000 free audio books, courses, documentaries, lectures, interviews, speeches and more. They welcome you to utilize the power of audio and video learning in your life!