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Posted on: October 29, 2013

New Talking Books Application

Talking Books Machine

A new Talking Books application is now available. The new application, designed by the State Library of Kansas, is streamlined and easier to use. The application also includes the Talking Books return address, making it more apparent for individuals and professionals, outside of libraries, to submit applications. The new application is available online (and attached), http://www.kslib.info/Documents/talking/Application2013.pdf.

Talking Books Service is no-cost library service delivered to Kansas residents who are unable to read or use standard printed materials due to visual impairment, physical impairment or reading disabilities.

Who can sign residents up for Talking Books Service?
teachers
librarians
registered nurses
therapists
social workers
case workers
counselors
rehabilitation teachers
doctors of medicine
doctors of osteopathy
ophthalmologists
optometrists
superintendents
or other professionals acceptable to the Library of Congress.

Talking Books
www.kslib.info/talking-books
KTB@library.ks.gov
1-620-341-6280

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