3 edition of Guidelines for the production of audio materials for print handicapped readers found in the catalog.
Guidelines for the production of audio materials for print handicapped readers
|Statement||compiled by the Audio Standards Sub-Committee of the Roundtable on Materials for Print Handicapped Readers.|
|Contributions||Roundtable on Materials for Print Handicapped Readers (Australia). Audio Standards Sub-Committee., National Library of Australia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Guidelines for the Production of Audio Materials for Print Handicapped Readers. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Procedural guidelines developed by the Audio Standards Committee of the National Library of Australia to help improve the overall quality of production of audio materials for visually handicapped readers are presented.
Get this from a library. Guidelines for the production of audio materials for print handicapped readers. [Roundtable on Materials for Print Handicapped Readers (Australia). Audio Standards Sub-Committee.; National Library of Australia.;].
Audio production method(s): Human-voice narrated Audio produced: Instructional materials; music; Spanish Other information: Fee for service; material available on compact discs and downloadable MP3 files.
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Learn about the seven features of "born accessible materials" and how to select these materials. Simply stated, these guidelines were compiled by persons with low vision to assist in the production of the large print documents that they, themselves read.
Guidelines The following are best practices and guidelines for large print documents. The order in which these items appear does not denote any ranking or relative importance. This publication is the second edition of the Guidelines for Easy-to-Read Materials.
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