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Tennessee Libraries 56:1
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Tennessee Libraries


Volume 56 Number 1


Theme Issue:


Libraries and People with Disabilities

In this issue:

From the Editor
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Book reviews
Edited by Rebecca Tolley-Stokes
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For your Library:

Inexpensive Solutions for Providing Resources and Services to People with Disabilities
by Anne Pemberton and J. Michael Pemberton
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Special Needs: Envisioning a Spectrum of Library Services
by William Black, Amy Burks, and Mayo Taylor
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Accomodations for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
by Sandy Cohen
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Accessibility and the Virtual Library
by Celia Szarejko
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Collection Development:

Selecting Children's Books about People with Disabilities
by Kathy Campbell
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Webliography: Online Resources Related to Disability
by Marie Jones
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About Special Library Services:

Have you Heard about Library Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing?
by Sandy Cohen
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A Library for the Blind? Isn't that an Oxymoron?
by Ruth Hemphill and Ed Byrne
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The Nashville Talking Library: Thirty Years Later
by Fran Ziglar
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Personal Reflections

Being a Librarian with a Disability: Personal Reflections
by Fran Ziglar
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Interviews: Patrons with Disabilities Tell Their Library Stories
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Complete Issue in PDF


NOTE: All .PDF documents in this and future issues of TL

will be in large print for our readers with low vision.

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