Each semester that I have attended college, the same issue exists--the Disability Support Office never has my books in a timely manner. While you can get books from BookShare and Learning Ally, these sites do not always contain the necessary materials.
What I'm wondering if it is possible to utilize a mainstream app such as Kindle to read my college textbooks. Just for experimentation purposes, I downloaded Kindle and purchased one of my college textbooks. Immediately, I noticed that with VoiceOver enabled, there is no way to flick through the text, and the only way it seems that you can directly interact with it is by continuously reading with VO. Mostly, I prefer reading with Braille and was wondering if it is possible to "turn the pages individually" with a Braille Display? Further, since my discipline requires that I submit many book reviews, does a method exist to bookmark specific passages and then return to that location later, and if so, how is this done?
Thanks, and I appreciate your assistance.