Resource Library

Section at the Mackenzie Library Branch

Our section located at the Mackenzie Branch in Greater Sudbury

A comprehensive selection of books, videos, articles and journals housed in the Learning Disabilities Section of Main Branch of Greater Sudbury Public Library.

Interested in alternative print available? See the links below to explore Hoopla and AERO.

Hoopla – Instantly borrow free digital movies, TV shows, music, ebooks, audiobooks, graphic novels, comics, and more! hoopla can be accessed on Apple iOS 6.0+ or Android devices and via the four major web browsers. To access the system on your mobile device, you’ll need to first download the FREE hoopla digital app from the App Store on your device. There is no need to download an app or extension for your web browser. To sign up go to hoopladigital.com with your library card and PIN number.

AERO - AERO is an acronym for Alternative Education Resource Ontario, which is a web-based digital repository operated by the Ministry of Education in partnership with the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities. Through this service, students can request in another format to support their learning. For more information on this service, click the link here – http://alternativeresources.ca/Aero/Public/WelcomePage.aspx

eBooks and Audiobooks Apps

The Greater Sudbury Public Library has multiple apps that allow you to access eBooks and Audiobooks for free as long as you have a Library card.
https://www.sudburylibraries.ca/en/digital-library/eBooks-and-Audiobooks.asp#ebooks 

Decodable books – Decodable books are incredibly helpful to readers who have dyslexia. They are specifically designed to be easily ‘decodable’, constructed to mitigate the difficulty involved in processing language and correlating speech or vocalization to letters and words by using established phonetic systems and letter groupings.
https://www.idaontario.com/decodable-readers-and-text/?fbclid=IwAR2PrxWw2iOr_VJ2-ua33SMn0VyUdgsYDgmP_Dwgx0RIWX-bwYCMTTEMbO8

 

About LDAS

The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to supporting all individuals with Learning Disabilities in reaching their potential, within a community that values their unique contributions and abilities.

Latest News

May 10, 2022

Accessible College Transition Course ACT, offered by NOARC through Cambrian College, is a credit-bearing course. This program is open to students in Greater Sudbury (over 16 years of age) who are planning to attend any college or university in the coming year and who have a learning exceptionality (learning disability, ADHD, ASD, etc.) or mental Find out more!


May 10, 2022

We are proud to partner with many LDAs across Ontario to host this great conference! I huge thank you to our GOLD sponsor The Rainbow District School Board. Click here to register  


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