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  1. 1. ACCESSIBLE MOBILE READING APPS Chris Corrigan, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress (NLS) Mark Reumann, Information Innovators Inc.
  2. 2. BARD Mobile
  3. 3. KNFB Reader
  4. 4. LearningAlly
  5. 5. NFB-NEWSLINE
  6. 6. LibriVox
  7. 7. News
  8. 8. DAISYTalk
  9. 9. TapTap See
  10. 10. Voice Braille Reader
  11. 11. Text Grabber
  12. 12. Voices Dream reader
  13. 13. Resources AccessWorld www.afb.org/accessworld.asp An online monthly magazine published by the American Foundation for the Blind. Includes reviews of assistive technology products and other articles of general technological interest for people who are blind or visually impaired. AppleVis www.applevis.com A website that provides information, tips, and support for Apple product users who are blind or have low vision. Includes a blog, forum, user guides and tutorials, and product reviews. Fred’s Head www.fredshead.info A blog from theAmerican Printing House for the Blind.Contains product reviews, tutorials, in-depth articles, and general interest information for people who are blind or visually impaired. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Reference Section http://www.loc.gov/nls/reference/index.html NLS’ Reference Section publishes reference guides and directories of interest to people with disabilities. Publications include guides on assistive technology, braille displays, and a forthcoming publication on accessible mobile reading apps.
  14. 14. Contact Information ■ Chris Corrigan – ccorrigan@loc.gov – corrigancj23@gmail.com – @libcjc ■ Mark Reumann – mreumann@comcast.net – @mreumann

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