"TumblerReadables" online library

March 2005
Insight;Mar/Apr2005, p3
Focuses on the online library TumbleReadables introduced by the Illinois State Library's Talking Book and Braille Service and the Illinois Network of Libraries Serving the Print Impaired in March 2005. Benefits of the online library to readers, libraries and schools; List of books included in TumbleReadables; Information on the TumblePad Reader.


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