Organizational resources help you obtain information or provide services that will help you. Many of these organizations require a nominal membership fee to access the information or services available, although based upon your financial situation these fees may be waived or paid for by your school.
Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic is a great example of a valuable organizational resource. For a nominal membership fee, you can obtain access to thousands of textbooks as well as other books including the classics and contemporary work. These books are available via download or CD, whichever system works best for you. This is a tremendous resource for anyone that reads slowly or needs extra time. I highly recommend Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic to everyone and especially to high school and college students as it will save you a lot of time and you can pace yourself according to your specific needs.
IDA (the International Dyslexia Association) is another example of an excellent organizational resource. IDA has some of most informative scientific research based knowledge available on dyslexia as well as clinical educational intervention information for individuals with dyslexia. IDA is another organization resource that I highly recommend.