[Libs-Or] Digital Talking Book Petition
scheppke_jim_b at oslmac.osl.state.or.us
Tue Aug 10 07:31:31 PDT 2004
Right Jenny. The petition itself is clear that it is for "consumers
and supporters." Thanks. --> Jim
On Monday, August 9, 2004, at 11:50 AM, PETERSON Jenny wrote:
> The following phrase appears on the "signature" page of this petition:
> "Eligible signatories: Blind & Reading Disabled Persons." Since you're
> us to sign, I'm assuming that it's not *limited* to those who are
> blind or
> reading disabled?
> Thanks -
> Jenny Peterson
> Jenny Peterson, Adult Svcs. Mngr.
> Springfield Public Library
> 225 5th St. / Springfield OR 97477
> jgpeterson at ci.springfield.or.us
>>>> Jim Scheppke 08/06/04 08:59PM >>>
> Our Talking Book and Braille Services Advisory Council is sponsoring an
> online petition to advocate for accelerated development of digital
> talking books in the US to better serve blind and print-disabled
> library users:
> I see some Oregon librarians from Clackamas County have already signed,
> but we need a lot more signatures for this to be effective. I hope you
> will sign, and encourage others to sign. We are meeting in a few weeks
> with a staff person from Senator Wyden's office about this issue, and
> it would be nice to show him that we have gotten a lot of support.
> Thanks for your help! --> Jim
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