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Title: Bibliotecas para cegos na era da informação: diretrizes de desenvolvimento
Other Titles: Libraries for the Blind in the Information Age - Guidelines for development
Authors: IFLA Libraries for the Blind Section
Kavanagh, Rosemary
Christensen Sköld, Beatrice
Alencar, Maria de Cléofas Faggion
Keywords: Subject::Library services to people with print disabilities
Subject::Print disabilities
Subject::Visually impaired
Issue Date: Feb-2006
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: IFLA Professional Reports; (Translation of No. 86)
Abstract: Developing an efficient library service for print-disabled people is extremely important, because there are significantly fewer books available commercially in accessible formats compared to what is published in print for the general public. The need to build collections in alternative formats and make them available for readers who are unable to browse shelves makes it necessary to develop special services.
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