The Dorina Daisy Reader Plus (DDReader +) is a digital book reader in DAISY 3.0 format. It is offered in three languages: Portuguese, English and Spanish. The interface was designed to meet the needs of people with visual impairment and low vision. This is why the black background and the use of only three colors: black, white and … Continue Reading ››
The DAISY Add-In was designed to help content creators produce accessible documents, from Microsoft Word documents, for people with print disabilities. Installing this add-in permits the saving of Word documents into DAISY XML, and then DAISY Digital Talking Books (DTBs), automatically.
The DAISY Add-In, for Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 and Word 2010 was released in December … Continue Reading ››
Voices of World War I launched today at the Connecticut State Library. Secretary of State Denise Merrill, DRS Commissioner Amy Porter and other dignitaries were on hand to praise the new service that makes historical documents from World War I available to people with disabilities.
CRIS volunteers … Continue Reading ››