Jun 17, 2011
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Hi folks. Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assisitive Technologythose clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing or other special needs.
Audio books have become a very popular way to get information or to enjoy recreational reading while on a road trip or even on your morning commute by train. Not only is this format very convenient, its also accessible to many people.
If you have difficulty with vision, if you have a learning disability like dyslexia or if you have trouble physically handling the pages of a book or magazine, then audio books may be for you.
Theyre easy to get from a bookstore, download them from the internet or check them out from your local library.
Check out our web site for links to some great resources for audio books.
For more information, to read our blog or to drop us a line, visit EasterSealsTech.com. That was your accessibility minute for this week. Im Wade Wingler with the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads, in Indiana.
A weekly look at assistive technology--tools designed to assist people with vision, mobility, or hearing impairments. Produced by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads in Indiana.
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