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Volunteer Spotlight: Seyun (Alice)

Meet our young volunteer, Seyun, who recently went on a trip to Buryatia, Russia, where she taught English to young kids. She and other high- schoolers coordinated the events for these children and they did a wonderful job. Read on to learn about our volunteer...


What do you do at Learning Ally?

I am a reader volunteer at the Literature Community in Learning Ally. I first started out as a listener at the Textbook Community, though, after my first training as a Textbook listener. Then gradually, I became a textbook reader, and then slowly transitioned into the literature community.

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How long have you volunteered at Learning Ally?

I embarked on my journey as a volunteer at Learning Ally from June 2018, so it has been a little over a year since I volunteered at Learning Ally.

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What made you want to volunteer at Learning Ally? 

Currently, I am a rising senior in high school. During the first three years of high school, I have been participating in an Asia Pacific Forensics Competition, competing in Oral Interpretation and Solo Acting. I have always known about Learning Ally after my research online because I knew I wanted to assist those who struggle with education and words. By experiencing the power of words through my competitions, I longed to share the burden of those who grapple with words in their daily lives. In my prospective college, I want to study cognitive-linguistic science, psychology, and possibly education, but I did not start my Learning Ally volunteering until 2018 because I did not yet feel qualified to listen and read the books. However, after receiving two champions and one silver for Oral Interpretation and one champion for Solo Acting, I finally felt ready, and thus began my volunteer work at Learning Ally. In addition, meeting Hannah, my dyslexic friend, in January of 2018 influenced me to look into Learning Ally more and start volunteering.

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What's something people at LA don't know about you?

I am comparably a newcomer at Learning Ally, so there are various things I could uncover about myself.  One thing most people at Learning Ally do not know about me is that I am Korean-living in China, seventeen, and am left-handed (that looks like more than one, but they are all descriptions to the "Korean," so technically, it is one!).

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What do you like most about volunteering at LA?

Working at Learning Ally has taught me so much: time management, communication, passion, etc. The one thing I absolutely LOVE about Learning Ally is its volunteers. Although I have not been volunteering for a long time, every single person I communicated with throughout my one-year adventure has been helpful, encouraging, and polite. By knowing that I am volunteering with people who share the same passion of education for those who might be excluded in our everyday lives, I am able to both mature as a reader and a person. Whenever I was faced with a problem, I had people to talk to, who never failed to provide me with a solution or suggestion. Whenever I felt tired of reading the same line for the one-thousandth time, the emails from the volunteers reminded me of the smiles I will be able to bring to the students' faces, thereby, motivating me to do better. Without these volunteers, I would not have made it thus far, and I am delighted to be part of the community, and possibly that helper for other volunteers in the future.

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Do you have any advice for prospective LA volunteers?

  1. Communication is key! Do not stay silent. If you know you cannot make it to that deadline, communicate that information with your volunteers. They are extremely understanding and flexible in their schedule.
  2. Time management! Sometimes, I left my readings at the last moment, thinking that I could finish it quickly. Do not do that (: Schedule out your time wisely so that you can provide the best audiobooks for those listening.
  3. Enjoy and remember that there are a great number of people who are grateful to you and your work! Thank you, 谢谢, 감사합니다, спасибо, danke schön, gratias tibi!

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What is your favorite audiobook/ book if you have any?

This is a difficult question; I have so many favorite books! My three absolute favorites are Tuesdays With Morrie- Mitch Albom, The Neverending Story-Michael Ende, and The Shack-William P. Young.

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What do you do during your free time?

Read, watch movies, go to the gym. Books and movies for the soul + mind, and gym for the body. I adore food, so I like to think that by working out, I can excuse myself for my eating. 

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What is your favorite movie or TV series? 

My favorite movie is Inception directed by Christopher Nolan. The whole concept of the mind and dreams inside a dream completely stunned me when I first watched it in freshman year, with my sister. I have watched the movie seven times now and it infallibly shocks me every time.




Staff Spotlight: Christina Trejos

What do you do at Learning Ally?

Hi, my name is Christina Trejos and I am on the Production team.  My job responsibilities have me working closely with both the Literature and Instructional Text Communities as well as the Education Solutions Department.  I work on title review and selection to determine which titles should get selected for recording, book acquisition and book record processing which includes how we will be recording the title (Classic audio or Voicetext format). 


Furthermore, I am the liaison with our conversion vendor in India, who processes our XML files for all VOICEtext projects. In addition, I  support the priority management process for VOICEtext projects in the Literature Community and Classic Audio projects in the Textbook community.

How long have you worked at Learning Ally?

I have been with Learning Ally, formerly known as Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic for 18 years.  I started out as a part-time employee working second shift hours to quickly becoming a full-time employee. During those years, my job roles have evolved as our organization shifted from audiobooks on tapes and CDs to digital downloads.  

What made you want to work at LA?

At the time that I started working for LA, I was only looking for a part-time job since I had been at home with my youngest son for the past 3 years.  I quickly became excited about the mission, our members and all of the people that I was able to work with so I looked for a full-time position. I am happy to say that I have enjoyed working at LA for the past 18 years.

What's something most people at LA don't know about you?

My family and I have spent many years volunteering for animal rescues fostering over 40 dogs until they found their forever home.  It is very hard to work with animals and not want to take them all home with you. I, myself, have three dogs and two of them were foster failures (failure in the best way possible since they immediately became part of the family).


What do you like most about working at LA?

I love our mission and the members that we serve.  There is no better feeling than being a part of a team that is able to produce an audiobook for students/members to read with their friends or classmates.  


What is the most challenging aspect of your work?

The most challenging part of my job is not always being able to produce every member’s request for a book when they need it. I am excited for the day when there are enough volunteers to serve all our members.


What do you do during your free time?

In the little bit of free time that I have, I enjoy spending time with my family.  We enjoy traveling to the Smoky Mountains in the summer. I also enjoy going to the beach, local wineries and country music concerts.

Staff Spotlight: Abigail Shaw

Abigail Shaw

What do you do at Learning Ally?

My name is Abigail, and I’m part of the production staff (specifically literature) at LA. My job responsibilities include a mix of things: I oversee the QA process of our already existing titles--looking for ways to make the books we already have recorded even better, or if they need to be re-recorded--, interfacing with volunteers in the process of narrating and listening to literature titles, and creating conventions and processes surrounding graphic novel image descriptions for blind/visually impaired students.

How long have you worked at Learning Ally?

It's been just over three years that I’ve worked with the organization, splitting my time between production of our audiobooks, as well as coordinating our virtual mentoring program for visually impaired/blind college students in our College Success Program. Actually, if you include the fall semester I worked part-time as a mentor, October will be four years with the organization.

Why did you choose to work at Learning Ally?

Initially, I was just interested in giving back as a mentor for the College Success Program. Opportunities eventually opened up for me to coordinate the mentoring program, as well as to lend my skills with audio production. My bachelors is in music and audio recording, and because of a lot of experience with our College Success Program students, I am now pursuing my masters in social work.

What's something most people at Learning Ally don't know about you?

In March of 2012, I hiked part of the Appalachian Trail with a group of friends and my former guide dog, Alexa. If given the time and money, I would consider doing a through hike.

Any Hobbies?

In my free time, I occasionally pick out popular songs or practice classical music on my upright piano, affectionately dubbed Barb, and I’m a long-distance runner. Currently, I am training for a half marathon in September. 

What do you like most about working at Learning Ally?

Our mission, the volunteers, and my colleagues. Getting to see how all of our work impacts students is incredibly rewarding.

What is your favorite audiobook/book, if you have any?

It's always hard to pick just one! For reading, via braille or synthetic speech, “The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake,” by Aimee Bender, “Jane Eyre,” by Charlotte Bronte, and a commercially produced audiobook I really enjoy is the “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” by Jonathan Safran Foer.

What is your favorite movie or TV series?

Gilmore Girls. The dialogue and cultural references are priceless.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Bernard Strauss TV Interview

Learning Ally volunteer Bernie Strauss appeared on NBC 5 Chicago on an interview about his experience as a volunteer with Learning Ally. It was broadcasted on June 26 and 27.


The segment highlights the volunteer as a retired geneticist, who narrates science textbooks for Learning Ally. Bernard has volunteered for more than 9.5 years with us and transitioned from studio to virtual.


The segment also mentions Daniela, an LA solution user who is a senior majoring in Microbiology who has used the books recorded by Bernard and other LA volunteers.


To watch Learning Ally volunteer Bernie Strauss and Daniela, turn on NBCTV5 last evening click on this link or cut and paste it into your browser


TV Segment & Interview - Click here

Update for this week: Our readers increased to 209,928 this week – with 46,256 at frequency.  Pages read increased by 65% over last year for school readers! 


I hope you enjoy the video!

Literature Books Completed in May, 2019

The Literature team completed 74 Books in May!  Thank you for the hours of narrating, listening, teamwork and talent that makes this possible!

Staff Spotlight: Kevin Ziegler

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My name is Kevin Ziegler. I am the Digital Audio Coordinator with Learning Ally. In other words, I’ m the “audio guy”. I am in charge of QA (Quality Control). Basically, I handle all the audio as it is completed. In other terms, I strive to clean up and enhance all the audio. Lastly, through this blog, I was hoping to let everyone into my world and explain a bit about what happens in “post.”

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What is “Post- Production”? 

My primary focus is to level all the files across the entire book- which allows them to play smoothly without noticeable volume fluctuations. I also need to remove all the extra noise that can sometimes be introduced from different recording environments. After all of that, I “EQ” each title to best enhance the audio that is there--balancing the sonic frequencies to make it sound “good” to the ear.

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What do I utilize?

I use a program called Izotope RX7, which is an industry-standard audio editing and mastering tool. This program allows me to batch process (work with many titles all at once to save time) and customizes different options for dealing with common recurring audio issues.

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Is every title treated the same way?

Easiest answer is no. Most "classic audio" titles (textbooks and vocational-type books) are handled in the same fashion. As for the Voicetext, I listen to a sample from each book when it’s completed, and make a decision then about how to treat it, pulling from my different “recipes” as needed.

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What are the most common issues we encounter?

Mouse clicks, background noise, plosives (popping sounds on certain letters, esp. P’s and B’s), sibilance (harsh S sounds), electrical noise, & poor recording environments.

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 Setting a Proper Level:

I generally recommend that the light gray area of the Easybooks window be filled up with the level being set.


That being said, there isn't a precise min and max level. My suggestion is to always avoid any red in the recording level. Digital audio has a tendency to distort at those high levels. The other side if a level is so low it appears as only a blip in the window, it is more than likely much too low. I sincerely hope all this information makes sense. Also, if something looks or sounds wrong to you, point it out to the project lead.

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Important takeaway: While the tools I use are indeed very powerful and beneficial, I’m sorry to say, it cannot fix everything. This is especially true when we factor in time limitations and volume of titles we produce--all with our efficient-but-small production staff. That is why it is important to have the best possible audio signal at its source. I hope these answers help deepen your understanding of our process. If you have any questions, please email me at: and I will get back to you. Thanks again, for all your commitment and dedication towards Learning Ally.

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Literature Books Completed in April, 2019

The Literature Community completed 56 Books in April! Thank you all for helping us record these books.

Textbooks Completed in May, 2019!

                                                                             Books Completed in May, 2019 

No: Shelf Number Title   Readers     Checkers TOC Tooler Project Guidelines
1 NB478 Trouble at Silver Pines Inn Ian Thomas Don Sheetz
2 NB587 Exceptional Learners: An Introduction to Special Education, Fourteenth Edition Adam Spohrer, Ed Beck, Jane Loose, Jane Sanford, Ken Klinkner, Mary Blackwell, MaryT Schiavone, Sheila Damens, Heidi Bindhammer Christina Jones, Cindy Strickland, Diane Nawrocki, Donna Lloyd-Jones, Dottie Liston, Juliet Jones, Leslie Gallagher, Linda Tejada, Marcia McDermott, Mary Hays, Mary Lou French, MaryT Schiavone, Michelle Buchecker, Sally Susinno
3 NB134 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Cynthia Shelmerdine David Berkenbilt, Joe Clark, Stacie Court
4 NB840 En avant! Beginning French, Third Edition Mary Braunagel-Brown, Halina Bustin David Berkenbilt, Mary Braunagel-Brown, Halina Bustin, Cathy Jones
5 NA854 Digital Marketing Adam Spohrer, Ben Schmitke, Dave Bebko, David Welp, Greg Young, John Kain, Karen Schindler, Norval Galloway, Stephanie McDaniel, Teresa McPeat, Tom Hammell Barbara Kadlec, Bayard Van Hecke, Diane Nawrocki, Don Sheetz, Donna Lloyd-Jones, Dottie Liston, Harlan Hively, Jeremiah Curran, John Sandlin, Juliet Jones, Leslie Gallagher, Lorraine Laubscher, Lynn Wassenaar, Marion Hopkins, Mary Lou McGee, Michelle Buchecker, Pat Beachamp, Sandi Meier-Western, Suchetas Bokil, T.A. Niles, Vicki Davis Susan Wilson
6 NB698 Northern Lights: The Stories of Minnesota's Past, Revised Second Edition Marsha Poppie Louise Maillett Caren Snook
7 NB472 I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness Ashley Amukamara Diane Nawrocki Susan Wilson
8 NB490 Positive Psychology: The Scientific and Practical Explorations of Human Strengths, Third Edition Ian Thomas Don Sheetz Jaci Collins Kathy Cummings
9 NA806 Criminal Investigation, 12th Edition Cat Denison, Darrell Blandford, Don Savarese, Ian Thomas, Janet Schoor, Jim Connell, John Kain, John Sandlin, Karen Clayton, Karen Schindler, Keith Nichols, Marsha Poppie, MaryT Schiavone, Norval Galloway, Russell Oliver, Stephanie McDaniel, Thomas Scheurich, fp kouri Amelia Reid, Anna Marshall, Charlotte Gnessin, Cindy Strickland, Diane Nawrocki, Dottie Liston, George Kuhlman, Harlan Hively, Jane Seaton, John Sandlin, Kathi Jensen, Linda Tejada, Mark Wolff, Mary Straub, Michelle Buchecker, Roger Majchrzak, Shirley Nute, Vicki Davis, Yvette Pratdesaba Susan Wilson
10 NB276 NB276: Issues and Life Science, Second Edition Jeff Engel Diane Nawrocki, Nola Bragg, and Al Kendziora Susan Wilson
11 NB264 Everyday Mathematics, Student Math Journal, Vol. 2, gr. 6 Joseph Hurley, Barbara Mavro Martha Takats, Susan Kropiewnicki, Jim Myerberg, Myra Parker
12 NB839 Core Connections Integrated II Marilynn Steffen, David Welp Martha Takats, Janet Cappers, Marilynn Steffen, Valerie Pettiss, Nola Bragg
13 NB750 California National Geographic Reach Grade 1, Level B, Volume 2 Kathy Lee Shelley Cincotta Caren Snook
14 NA719 Exploring Social Psychology, 8th Edition Betty Schreiner, Bill Painter, Bonnie Patterson, Ed Beck, Liz Frechette, Marsha Poppie, Stephanie McDaniel, Susan Nilsson-Weiskott Cindy Strickland, DIane Nawrocki, Diane Nawrocki, Donna Lloyd-Jones, Dottie Liston, Jeremiah Curran, Lynn Wassenaar, Mary Lou McGee, Michelle Skowbo, Shirley Nute, T.A. Niles Susan Wilson
15 NB693 Go Math! Volume 1 Marilynn Steffen, David Welp Janet Cappers, Nola Bragg, Jim Myerberg, Susan Kropiewnicki, Martha Takats Jim Siewert
16 NA711 Interviewing: Principles and Practices, 15th Edition Ben Schmitke, Jenn Ellis, Jennifer Klein, Karen Schindler, Paul Morgan, Thomas Scheurich Cindy Strickland, Clive Morrick, Diane Nawrocki, Donna Lloyd-Jones, Dottie Liston, Earl Goetze, Harlan Hively, Kathi Jensen, Leslie Gallagher, Lorraine Laubscher, Lynn Wassenaar, Shirley Nute, Suchetas Bokil, Virgil Howarth, George Kuhlman Susan Wilson
17 NB493 World History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination Bob Smyk, Bruce Mishkin, David Frens, David McAlary, Diane Martin, Don Savarese, Jim McCullough, John Kain, Paul Morgan, Prudence Breitrose, Russ Oliver, Scott Smith, Sheila Blunt Barbara Kadlec, Christina Jones, Clive Morrick, Diane Nawrocki, Kathy Cummings, Linda Tejada, Mary Lou McGee, MaryT Schiavone, Michelle Buchecker, Michelle Skowbo, Nola Bragg, Olivia Brown, Paul Morgan, Roger Majchrzak Jaci Collins
18 NB089 NCCER Welding, Texas Student Edition, Volume 2 Bonnie Marcus, Cliff d’Autremont, Jeff Engel, Brian Hill, Christian Selden, Don Sheetz, and John Gass. Kathy Cummings, George Kuhlman, John Gass, Zihui Zhu, Bill Lindstrom, Tom Lockhart, Staff, Al Kendziora, Rick Sayers, Don Sheetz, and Brian Hill. Pat Lim
19 NB515 Be My Disciples, Grade Two, School Edition Deirdre Schiefen Sarah Brands Susan Wilson
20 NB588 Introduction to Communication Disorders: A Lifespan Evidence-Based Perspective, Sixth Edition Don Sheetz, Tom Purinton, Teddy Pavlin, David Frens, Marsha Poppie, Brian Hill, Wanda Stitt-Gohdes, and Barbara Goldman Diane Nawrocki, Brian Hill, George Kuhlman, Tisha Keagy, Anna Marshall, Staff, Bill Lindstrom, Amy Grimm, and Shirley Nute Jaci Collins
21 NB263 Everyday Mathematics: Student Math Journal Vol. 1 (gr.6) Myra Parker, Jim Meyerberg Susan Kropiewnicki, NolaBragg Jim Siewert
22 NB560 Educational Psychology, Sixth Edition Adam Spohrer, Adrean Rivers, Ally Bilbray, Betty Schreiner, Don Savarese, Ian Thomas, Jane Loose, Jennifer Canady, Norval Galloway, Prudence Breitrose, Sarah Steele, Sheila Damens, Stephanie McDaniel Charlotte Gnessin, Cindy Strickland, DIane Nawrocki, Diane Nawrocki, Dottie Liston, Jaime Hunt, Jane Sanford, Jeremiah Curran, John Gass, John Sandlin, Kathi Jensen, Lynn Wassenaar, Mark Wolff, Mary Lou McGee, Michelle Skowbo, Suzi Ataei, T.A. Niles, Thomas Scheurich Jaci Collins Susan Wilson
23 NB699 Realizing the American Dream: A Manual for Homebuyers, Fifth Edition Albert Friedman Adele Phelan, Donna Lloyd-Jones, Michelle Skowbo, Natalia Eklund, T.A. Niles Susan Wilson Susan Wilson
24 NB738 Big Ideas Math, Course 2 Jim Myerberg, Barbara Mavro Susan Kropiewnicki, Martha Takats, George Vella-Coleiro, Nola Bragg Jim Siewert
25 NB877 Financial Algebra: Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications David Welp Don Kovar, Janet Cappers, Martha Takats, Juliet Jones Jim Siewert
26 NB385 Women Across Cultures, A Global Perspective, Fourth Edition Betsy Sherer Diane Nawrocki Nova Todd Susan Wilson
27 NA787 The Man in the Iron Mask Richard McCurdy Halina Bustin
28 NB274 Issues and Physical Science, Second Edition Jeff Engel and Bill Painter Nola Bragg, Christina Jones, George Kuhlman, Al Kendziora, and Baynard Van Hecke Susan Wilson
29 NB446 One Perfect Life: The Complete Story of the Lord Jesus Kathy Lee Susan Snookal Jaqui Bradley  

Textbooks Completed in April, 2019!

Books Completed in April, 2019

No: Shelf Number Title Readers Checkers TOC Tooler Project Guidelines
1 NB749 California National Geographic Reach Grade 1, Level B, Volume 1 Maryfran Annesse Vicki Davis Jaqui Bradley
2 NB513 Be My Disciples, Grade One, School Edition Dick Piper Vicki Davis Susan Wilson
3 NB109 Essentials of Comparative Politics, Sixth Edition Betty Schreiner, Bob Ellsworth, David Schnapp, Ellen Arzt, Jane Scott, John Gass, Nila Selvaraj, Pauline Rakich, Sheila Blunt Diane Nawrocki, George Kuhlman, Harlan Hively, Jane Scott, Jeremiah Curran, John Gass, Karen Schindler, Mark Wolff, Paul Kurtz Nova Todd
4 NB594 Computer Service and Repair, Fourth Edition Dave Bebko, Don Kovar, Ev Tate, John Gass, Scott Smith, Steve Holmgren, Tom Lockhart Al Kendziora, Anna Marshall, Bayard Van Hecke, Don Kovar, Earl Goetze, Ev Tate, Joseph Smith, Richard Hunt, Rick Sayers, Susan Kropiewnicki, Paul Deleeuw Jim Siewert
5 NB357 Tourism: The Business of Hospitality and Travel, Sixth Edition Marsha Poppie, Ken Klinkner, Joseph Hurley, Cathy Kimmel, Ed Beck, Betty Schreiner, Bob Ellsworth, John Kain, and Jaime Hunt. Don Sheetz, Diane Nawrocki, Marcia McDermott, Natalia Eklund, Earl Goetz, Mary T. Schiavone, Sarah Bliesath, Staff, and Rick Sayers. Jaci Collins
6 NB011 Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, Fourth Edition Lois Hofer, Sheila Damens, Heidi Bindhammer, Gina Lento, Donna Vogel, Barbara Stoebenau, Lee Ann Remington, Bob Smyk, Joseph Nimoy, Bill Burke, Teddy Pavlin, Kevin Petty, Jane Sanford, John Gass, Stacie Court, and Marsha Poppie. Diane Nawrocki, Becky McCaskey, Linda Tejada, Mary Lou French, Nola Bragg, Mary T. Schiavone, Kathy Cummings, Barbara Stoebenau, Valerie Pettiss, George Kuhlman, Lee Ann Remington, Sue Green, Pat Beauchamp, John Gass, Earl Goetze, and Marcia McDermott. Jaqui Bradley
7 NA850 : Drugs, Society, and Criminal Justice, Fourth Edition Ashley Willard, David Kleber, David McAlary, David Schnapp, Ian Thomas, Pauline Rakich, Sheila Blunt, Stephanie McDaniel, Lisa Ferreira Amy Grimm, Anh Minh Duong, Cindy Strickland, Diane Nawrocki, Don Sheetz, Dottie Liston, Harlan Hively, Jack Jia, John Sandlin, Joyce Coleman, Leslie Gallagher, Mark Wolff, Mary Straub, Michelle Skowbo, Yvonne Murray Pat Lim Susan Wilson
8 NB125 Go! With Microsoft Office 2016, Vol. 1 Dave Bebko, Ed Beck, Pat Smith, Richard Kozelka, Sarah Klipper, Tom Hammell Al Kendziora, Barbara Kadlec, Don Sheetz, Earl Goetze, Ev Tate, George Kuhlman, Joseph Smith,Tom Hammell
9 NB748 Big Ideas Math Algebra 1 David Welp Martha Takats, Staff Jim Siewert
10 NB837 Core Connections, Integrated I, 2nd Edition David Welp Roger Majchrzak, Martha Takats, Janet Cappers, George Vella-Coleiro, Susan Kropiewnicki, Nola Bragg Jim Siewert Staff
11 NB326 American History: My World Interactive Joseph Hurley, Janet Schoor, Maryfran Annese, Marsha Poppie, Vicki Davis Kathy Cummings, Juliet Jones, Lynn Wassenaar, Michelle Skowbo, Leslie Gallagher, Vicki Davis, David Grosh, M Romma, Mara Roccaforte, Amelia Reid, Linda Tejada, Jeremiah Curran, Dottie Liston, Sarah Bliesath, Thomas Scheurich, Nidhi Mylavarapu, Susan Crawford, Joseph Hurley, Suchetas Bokil, Kevin Valliere, Lauren de Lench, Josie Moretti Pat Lim Staff
12 NB118 Introductory Biological Statistics, Third Edition Cliff d’Autremont, David Welp and Gina Lento. Diane Nawrocki, Janet Cappers, Steven Sitting, George Kuhlman, Al Kendziora, and Myra Parker.
13 NB333 Particle Physics: A Very Short Introduction Jeff Engel Joe Clark Susan Wilson
14 NB110 You May Ask Yourself, Fifth Edition Patti Acurio Marcia McDermott and Diane Nawrocki Susan Wilson Susan Wilson
15 NB589 Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Twelfth Edition John Hickam Kathy Foster Pat Lim
16 NB474 The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy: Learning and Functioning with Diversity, Second Edition Ashley Willard, Betty Schreiner, Bonnie Marcus, Jane Scott, Jim McCullough, Margaret Hall, Sheila Blunt, Stephanie McDaniel Adele Phelan, Anna Marshall, Diane Nawrocki, Dottie Liston, Jane Seaton, John Gass, John Sandlin, Joy Posthauer, Kathi Jensen, Kathy Cummings, Linda Tejada, Michelle Skowbo, Nicole Misterly, Shirley Nute, Staff, Suchetas Bokil, T.A. Niles, Tisha Keagy Caren Snook Susan Wilson
17 NB029 The Boys from Little Mexico: A Season Chasing the American Dream Allan Rough Barbara Stoebenau Elizabeth DeLaney Hoffman Staff
18 NB512 Be My Disciples, Grade Six, School Edition Maryfran Annesse Don Sheetz Susan Wilson Staff
19 NB381 Math In Our World David Welp, Barbara Mavro, Jim Myerberg, Marilynn Steffen Susan Kropiewnicki, Roger Majchrzak, George Vella-Coleiro, Martha Takats, Janet Cappers, Myra Parker, Teresa McPeat Jim Siewert
20 NB008 Social Work Practice in Healthcare: Advanced Approaches and Emerging Trends Betty Schreiner, Bill Reda, Bonnie Patterson, Ian Thomas, Jenn Ellis, Liz Frechette, Margaret Hall, Sheila Blunt, Heidi Bindhammer Adele Phelan, Al Kendziora, DIane Nawrocki, Diane Nawrocki, Dottie Liston, Jo-Ann Driscoll, Joe Clark, John Gass, John Sandlin, Kathi Jensen, Kathy Cummings, Mark Wolff, Mary Lou McGee, Mary Straub, Pat Beauchamp, Sally Susinno, Sarah Steele, Susan Lit, Tisha Keagy, Vicki Davis Nova Todd Susan Wilson
21 NA856 Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology, 12th Edition Bonnie Marcus, Jeff Engel, Steven Sittig, John Kain, Heidi Bindhammer, Bill Painter, Nikki DiGanci, Steven Holmgren, Paul Morgan, and Adam Spohrer Tom Lockhart, Susan Crawford, Becky McCaskey, Al Kendziora, Tom Hammell, Jim White, Steven Sittig, George Kuhlman, Steven Holmgren, Nola Bragg, Sarah Bliesath, Paul Morgan, John Kain, Tom Lockhart, Diane Nawrocki, Bill Lindstrom, and Brian Hill