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Tactile Picture Books Project
Thanks to the University of Colorado Boulder we have multiple free thing-averse files that will print picture books that kids can feel along with the braille to read the book. I'm already thinking about putting these on the walls for a temporary display then setting up catalog records where patrons could check the books out once I bind them together. Depending on how hard it is to make, maybe I could have a program where kids work together to make one using the draw-print method I previously blogged about.
Jacksonville Public Library has printed a visual map to help blind patrons navigate their restroom facilities. Imagine doing that for the whole library? This would make a great Girl or Boy Scout final project.
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