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Title: Getting Started: Implementing the Marrakesh Treaty for persons with print disabilities A practical guide for librarians – U.S. Version
Authors: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Coates, Jessica
Felsmann, Christiane
Hackett, Teresa
Keninger, Karen
Martinez Calvo, Francisco
Owen, Victoria
Taylor, Anthea
Pereyaslavska, Katya
Berg, Flora van den
Owen, Victoria
Keninger, Karen
Keywords: Subject::Library services to people with print disabilities
Subject::Marrakesh Treaty
Subject::Access to information
Subject::Library services to people with disabilities
Subject::Services to the visually impaired
Issue Date: 9-Nov-2021
Abstract: The information in this guide is organized as an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), answering questions and providing links for further information. It is meant to be a starting point, a template, available for customization in each Marrakesh Treaty country. This guide is adapted to the legislation in place in the United States.
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