What makes a favorite DAISY player? In this RNIB video, Marian shares her thoughts.
Accessible EPUB: Meeting the needs of people with various disabilities.
HIMS, Inc.: How to pair Braille display with Blaze ET media player.
One children's book in several accessible formats [story from Brazil]
Luis Garcia: Accessibility Crash Course.
Library of Congress. User stories. That All May Read.
Tracy Johnson describes her struggles with dyslexia in childhood and accomplishments as an adult.
Text-to-Speech and Accessible Publishing: How can ReadSpeaker help?
James Gashel reviews the history and functionality of the KNFB Reader.
Addy and Matt chat about the tools behind web accessibility. They focus on various limitations: visual, hearing, mobillity, and cognition.
EPUB 3 - Why and How presented by Joshua Tallent.
What are talking books: Explainer video by Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services.
The Marrakesh Treaty proves that positive change can be made even against great odds.
Dipendra Manocha: Why do we need the Marrakesh Treaty?
Sugamaya Pustakalaya is an online platform that makes accessible content available to people with print disabilities in India. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in collaboration with member organizations of the DAISY Forum of India have developed this concept, powered by TCS Access.
Easy to use Milestone 312 Media (DAISY) player.
Chris Friend (WBU) Welcomes Entry into Force of Marrakesh Treaty.
BARD Mobile Android: Read an Audiobook
AFB: Introduction to Digital Talking Book players
Take a look: Accessible publishing and reading ecosystem by Pratsam (Finland).
Learning Ally: Dyslexic Students Share Their Experience With Audiobooks.
Review of the HumanWare's Victor Reader Stream - New Generation by Matt Dierckens.
Create accessible publications with EasyConverter.
Misako Nomura and Hiroshi Kawamura: Reading and understanding textbooks with DAISY (Take Part 2016)
Rchard Orme (DAISY Consortium): Reading apps and accessibility (Take Part 2016)
Rick Johnson (VitalSource): Accessible reading and mainstream e-book platforms (Take Part 2016)
Inge de Mönnink, Dedicon: Working with educational publishers. Accessible content elements & publishing workflow (Take Part 2016)
Michael Wright, Nota: Sharing experiences and question marks - know your users and their expectations (Take Part 2016)
Dipendra Manocha, DAISY India: Building inclusive publishing ecosystems for developing countries (Take Part 2016)
Avneesh Singh [DAISY], Brad Turner [Bookshare], Olaf Indergaard [NLB], James Pritchett [Learning Ally]: Transition to EPUB 3 - Challenges and realities (Take Part 2016)
Mattias Karlsson [Dolphin Computer Access]: Latest developments in accessible reading systems.
Stephan Knecht [Bones]: Reading and Players - User Requirements
Susanne Axner [MTM]: Multiple services through DAISY Online (Take Part 2016)
Andrew Furlong [Vision Australia]: Opportunities and solutions for providing accessible online information (Take Part 2016).
Aleisa Myles is visually impaired. Learning Ally helped her overcome her challenges.
Learn more about accessible books and the Norwegian Library of Talking Books and Braille.
Scandinavian Executive Publishing Meeting 2015. Interview with Martin Schorling, Innovation Lab.
Create an eBook using Sigil EPUB Editor.
Acapela Group: Digital Publishing and Speech Synthesis.
Talking Books: National Library Service provides audio and braille books, magazines as well as players to the blind.
CNIB: Text-to-speech voices for NVDA.
Short overview: Semi-automatic generation of DAISY books in Arabic.
WIPO Director General Francis Gurry welcomes Brazil's ratification of the Marrakesh Treaty.