[Art_beyond_sight_educators] Database of images and image descriptions
elisabethaxel at aol.com
Tue Sep 20 23:54:16 UTC 2016
That would be terrific!
Let's be in touch tomorrow?
> On Sep 20, 2016, at 6:43 PM, Karen Sorensen via Art_beyond_sight_educators <art_beyond_sight_educators at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi Elizabeth,
> We would be happy to convert the audio cassette(s) to a DVD if that would
> help. We have folks who could do that very professionally and send you or
> ArtBeyondSight a copy.
> We are a large college of 90,000 students and our library is part of a
> consortium that shares books and resources with many other college
> libraries. We have tactile geography atlases that we purchased from The
> Princeton Braillists that we share with other college libraries. We would
> be honored to be able to purchase the 6 volume set and make it available
> for other college libraries in our system to also borrow them.
> Regarding the online database of Art History through Touch and Sound, I
> couldn't find any information on how to subscribe to the online database,
> so I assumed it was no longer available. It would be very exciting if it
> still were available.
> Thank you!
> Karen M. Sorensen
> Accessibility Advocate for Online Courses
> Portland Community College
> Twitter: @ksorensun
>> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 2:25 PM, Elisabeth <elisabethaxel at aol.com> wrote:
>> Karen hi
>> The link is down on the site; we've been trying to fix it.
>> The volumes are available for purchase, but we have such limited quantity,
>> we'd like them to go to places like yours with ongoing students.
>> The audio is on cassette abd it needs to be brought to a present day
>> usable format.
>> I am forwarding your email to the best person to help.
>> Ultimately if anyone on the list has ideas, we'd appreciate someone
>> putting it all on line to be available free to all
>> On Sep 20, 2016, at 5:19 PM, Karen Sorensen via Art_beyond_sight_educators
>> <art_beyond_sight_educators at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> Hi - Is the Art History through Touch and Sound online database
>> <http://www.artbeyondsight.org/ahtts/index.shtml#> defunct? It seems to
>> Is the information available elsewhere?
>> Our art history instructors would really like to access that.
>> And is the six volume set entitled, "Art History Through touch and sound"
>> still available to purchase? I can't find it anywhere.
>> Thank you.
>> Karen M. Sorensen
>> Accessibility Advocate for Online Courses
>> Portland Community College
>> Twitter: @ksorensun
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