The braille that they have for download is in BRF. As far as I can tell, they take care to make sure that the translation and layout is right. BookShare on the other hand has more books in BRF, but the files are a bit more prone to errors of some kind seeing that the OCR errors are not always caught by the proof readers. So, it comes down to the question of do you want more books to read or more books that have been proofed to a high stander. I do not know about bard, but BookShare has been known to accept EBooks from the publisher. Anyway, that is sort of the main differences there. HTH
As a side note, I can get books from BookShare in a text based daizie format that can be read by apps like Voice Dream Reader where as bard offers books in a audio format. At least we got choices. Of course, there is RFBD aka learn ally, that offers school type books in audio. LOL.
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