Many librarians and educators experienced success introducing their students to the large print format.
A large print pilot and grant funding helped GCPL level the playing field for over 200,000 students—many whom are English Language Learners (ELL).
Large print increases both self-confidence and literacy confidence, making reading cool and building a culture of literacy in this middle school.
A conversation between a Booklist editor and two youth librarians and large print advocates who share their philosophies and best practices.
Hear how librarians have found success after embracing large print and partnering with teachers to bring large print books into the classroom.
School librarians explore the importance of accessibility from content and format perspectives and how vital reading is to academic recovery.
Read the Booklist report on featuring school and public librarians’ insight on why large print is becoming a must-have format.
Project Tomorrow® research provides insight into the role of large print books as a low-cost literacy intervention tool to support student reading skills and mindsets.
Project Tomorrow® research provides insight into the role of large print books as a low-cost literacy intervention tool to support student reading skills and mindsets. (1:14)
See a 7th grader identified as needing reading support read more clearly, track text without using her finger, and repeat words less as she reads large print text aloud. (3:15)
Make a big impact on student literacy with tips from school librarian Tasha Squires. This quick guide walks through developing and promoting a large print collection.