The Secret is sharingBOokshare.org assisting & engaging the print disabled<br />By Lori Carmona<br />
?<br />
Can you guess the animal?<br />It is a:<br />A.  Antelope<br />B.  Tiger<br />C.  Elephant<br />D.  Monkey<br />
What does this sign say?<br />It reads…<br />A.  Print Disabled Need Access too<br />B.  Four Score And Seven Years Ago<br...
Guess the word in the box.<br />Share<br />Did you guess…<br />A.  Secret<br />B.  Shear<br />C.  Share<br />D.  Dear<br />
Answers<br />
But, what if you wanted to read, and…<br />…you had trouble turning the pages?<br />
Bookshare.org is Here!<br />
Bookshare.org Offers<br /><ul><li>Bookshare.org currently offers “…more than 43,000 digital books comprising
a wide range of general fiction and
non-fiction,
educational books,
children’s literature,
textbooks and
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    1. 1. The Secret is sharingBOokshare.org assisting & engaging the print disabled<br />By Lori Carmona<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. ?<br />
    4. 4. Can you guess the animal?<br />It is a:<br />A. Antelope<br />B. Tiger<br />C. Elephant<br />D. Monkey<br />
    5. 5. What does this sign say?<br />It reads…<br />A. Print Disabled Need Access too<br />B. Four Score And Seven Years Ago<br />C. Colorblindness & Dyslexia Affect Reading <br />
    6. 6. Guess the word in the box.<br />Share<br />Did you guess…<br />A. Secret<br />B. Shear<br />C. Share<br />D. Dear<br />
    7. 7. Answers<br />
    8. 8. But, what if you wanted to read, and…<br />…you had trouble turning the pages?<br />
    9. 9.
    10. 10. Bookshare.org is Here!<br />
    11. 11. Bookshare.org Offers<br /><ul><li>Bookshare.org currently offers “…more than 43,000 digital books comprising
    12. 12. a wide range of general fiction and
    13. 13. non-fiction,
    14. 14. educational books,
    15. 15. children’s literature,
    16. 16. textbooks and
    17. 17. best sellers.” American Foundation for the Blind</li></li></ul><li>New Digital File Advantages<br /><ul><li>Improved audio quality
    18. 18. Output Variety
    19. 19. Synthetic speech
    20. 20. Refreshable Braille
    21. 21. Enlarged text display capabilities
    22. 22. Convenience factors
    23. 23. Chapter forward or back easily
    24. 24. Bookmarks can be set
    25. 25. Playback speed can be varied
    26. 26. Keyword searches can be performed</li></li></ul><li>The Secret is SHARING.<br />
    27. 27. The SHARING continues…<br />
    28. 28. Conclusion: Sharing = Ideas + People<br />Shared information is the unique commonality of mankind, and it is exciting that Bookshare.org is dedicated to linking ideas and people using Web 2.0 technologies and participatory media.<br />
    29. 29. Credits References & Resources<br />Hillman, L., et. al., Improving Access for the Sight Impaired: Books in the Sky at the City of Burnside Library South Australia. Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services v. 19 no. 4 (December 2006) p. 155-6 <br />Levine, B. Access. Public Libraries v. 44 no. 2 (March/April 2005) p. 73-4 <br />Roos, J. W. Copyright Protection as Access Barrier for People who Read Differently: the case for an international approach. <br />Scheppke, J. The End of Talking Books?. Public Libraries v. 44 no. 2 (March/April 2005) p. 69-72 <br />Schneider, K. I Love Libraries, and I&apos;m Blind. Library Journal (1976) v. 133 no. 12 (July 2008) p. 43 <br />Tucker, R. N. Access for All? It depends who you are. IFLA Journal v. 29 no. 4 (2003) p. 385-8 <br />Verbeten, S. K. Book Award Patron Tells Her Compelling Story. Children & Libraries v. 3 no. 2 (Summer/Fall 2005) p. 18 <br />Whitehouse, G. The blind reader&apos;s right to read: Caught between publishers, the law and technology. Logos v. 19 no. 3 (2008) p. 120-8 <br />American Foundation for the Blind A US nonprofit organization enabling blind or visually impaired people to achieve equality and access. <br />Blind Access Journal A blind couple&apos;s blog and podcast site where they give their perspective of and information about accessibility issues directly affecting blind individuals. Darrell and Karen Shandrow are originators of Blind Access Journal. <br />Bookshare This site touts that it is a place for &quot;Books without Barriers&quot; and offers the visually impaired a &quot;searchable online library&quot;. <br />The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped This site give information and assistance to information seekers of materials for the visually impaired, or information about local contacts of assistance. <br />Flickr Image Credits An online photo management and sharing application. <br />DaveTheLifekludger_pda by dnwallace Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike License <br />Dyslexics are people too by Jamison Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike License <br />IMG_1806 by JRandomF Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial License <br />Tiger Tiger Burning Bright by Law Keven Creative Commons Attribution, Share-Alike License <br />Zoned out on code by ToastyKen Creative Commons Attribution License <br />Jamendo Online source for audio bytes and music. <br />Mademoiselle Mauve by Quartz Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike License <br />Technoplasme by Quartz Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike License <br />

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