[nobe-l] teacher's editions

Anita Adkins aadkins at atlanticbb.net
Thu Mar 7 11:05:38 UTC 2013


I'm a Braille teacher, but I did manage to find the Teacher's Edition to the 
Mangold program on Bookshare, and so you might check there. Also, if not 
available, your option is to scan and/or use a reader or, instead, to use 
your creativity without the Teacher's Edition. I teach at a school for the 
blind, and they do have teacher's edition's of some books, for example, for 
the BOP and Voyager reading programs. So bookshare might have some of those 
or the Amrerican Printing House for the Blind might have/know if you check 
their Louis database. Anita
www.bookshare.org (membership required)

-----Original Message----- 
From: Jasmine Kotsay
Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2013 2:29 AM
To: nobe-l at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nobe-l] teacher's editions

I was wondering, how do those of you who are tot'y blind get
your teacher's edition books? Do you get them at all? If you
can't get them, what do you do?


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