Audiobooks and Access to Information for Canadians with Print Disabilities

Flickr user American Graffiti (Shannon LaBelle) FlickrMailed me to ask permission to use a picture of some talking books I took. Little did I know it would end up in such a nice looking presentation.

I love seeing flickr listed in her references

Rogers, C.R. (Dr.) (2006, June 22). Record Player [1952 model]. Flickr. Retrieved March 13, 2007, from
http://www.flickr.com/photos/curtisrogers/sets/72157594173424379/
Image used with permission. Dr. Curtis R. Rogers works at South Carolina State Library.

Rogers, C.R. (Dr.) (2006, June 22). Talking Book Cassette Player. Flickr. Retrieved March 13, 2007, from
http://www.flickr.com/photos/curtisrogers/sets/72157594173424379/
Image used with permission.

Schmidt, A. (2006, December 5). Talking Books! [Oregon State Library]. Flickr. Retrieved March 12, 2007, from
http://www.flickr.com/photos/aaronschmidt/sets/72157594407498348/
Image used with permission. To visit Aaron Schmidt’s personal web site, go to: http://www.walkingpaper.org

3 thoughts on “Audiobooks and Access to Information for Canadians with Print Disabilities”

  1. Hi Aaron:

    I am looking at the “talking books on tape” entry, and the box to view the content needs to be wider, or the content smaller. I only can read part way across, to

    experimentation with recc

    is as far as it goes.

    The other entries below that in Walking Papers look just fine. Screen resolution on this screen where I am is the usual 1024X768.

    I want to read the rest!

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