Learning Ally volunteers help record audiobooks for people with disabilities that hamper their ability to comprehend what they read.
Veteran volunteer Tim Rogers, left, follows along in his book as Mark Kuta reads the text to make a digital recording of that book at the Denver studio of Learning Ally. New volunteers work are trained by working with a veteran volunteer until the newcomer is ready to take pass the audition to allow them to record solo. Photo by Tom Munds
Volunteer Alice Krueger makes a digital audio recording of a chemistry textbook in the Denver studios of Learning Ally. Learning Ally provides audio books to individuals with reading disabilities. Photo by Tom Munds
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