Introducing the Commonwealth Braille and Talking Book Cooperative

Kearney, Greg
April 2012
Braille Monitor;Apr2012, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p332
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Commonwealth Braille and Talking Book Cooperative (CBTBC) in the U.S. It outlines the mission of the organization, which is designed to promote collaboration and sharing of the resources among Baille and Talking Book libraries. It notes the members of the organization, which is open to libraries, agencies, and schools, as well as entities that have book collections. A brief overview of the organization's different programs is provided.


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