Community-made audio recordings
Now, I understand that some students may have trouble going through the written material. Some people just don't like reading, but others do have legitimate difficulties and we do not want to leave them behind.
While we're doing our best to revise the video content to make it as complete as the text, members of the community - including ScyllaStew and crispycweed - are creating "audiobook" readings of the material.
Not every page has a corresponding audio version - in fact, the majority of them don't, and as I update the material the readings they do have may fall out of date. Still, they are working hard to put that content out, so be sure to show them your love. Moreover, if you are interested in doing this yourself, let me know by email as you release videos, and I will add links to them.
For those recordings that do exist, you'll see the recordings linked at the bottom of the page.