Library Resources for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

Library Resources for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

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National Library Service network libraries and machine-lending agencies are arranged alpha by state, with regional and sub-regional libraries listed by city. Info. for each library includes: address, Braille and machine-lending facilities, telephone numbers (including In-WATS and TDD), fax, e-mail and website addresses, locale served, name of librarian, hours, book collection special collections, assistive devices, special services, and publications. Other library resources at the national level are arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization with each entry indicating eligibility requirements, special media available, subject coverage, and lending policies.Subregional Libraries Talking Book Service South Manatee Branch Library 6081 26th Street West Bradenton, FL 34207 Telephone: ... closed-circuit TV; compact- disc player; large-print software; magnifier; optical character reader; page turner; screen- enlarging software; ... home visits ; machine repair; a#39; alt; volunteer services Publications: Patron newsletter; subject catalogs Broward County Talking Bookanbsp;...

Title:Library Resources for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
Author:Barry Leorand
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1997-02-01


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