Monday, September 06, 2010
As school has begun the last several years, I've received emails and IMs from people asking about audio textbooks for use with students that print impaired. Often the person wonders if digitization could help.While the answer is "yes", I'm sure that there are rules to be followed, etc. This is not any area that I'm follow, so it would be much better if people interested in audio textbooks (and other formats) contact their state or provincial library for help. In addition, Family Connect has a list of over 200 "Libraries/Alternate Media and Learning Resources" in the United States. For those outside of the U.S., another resource to contact is your national library.