[AI] Hi every one

Viraj vkafle at gmail.com
Fri Feb 8 03:35:53 EST 2008


The areas you have mentioned are very vast and the availability of 
audiobooks are quite limited. therefore, along with looking for them in the 
institutions already suggested by some members here, you should also think 
about getting yourself familiar and comfortable with scanning, conversion of 
the scanned image into editable text using OCR and reading them with screen 
reader. This way, you can lay your hands on any printed books and access 
their content acording to your convenience. Check if your university 
provides or can provide such fascilities.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "govind reddy" <sgreddy4 at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 5:15 AM
Subject: [AI] Hi every one

> Hello every one, Since I'm pursuing my masters degree program in
> English literature, I'm suffering so much due to lack of books in
> accessible format for visually impaired I prefer the audio format.
> These areas:
> Indian, post colonial, American and very recent british.
> Please let me know where I can get them for a better reading and research.
> I've learned French, at CIEFL a year ago, but I forgot it due to lack
> of accessible meterial for visually impaired can any one please help
> me?
> I want to become a voice and accent trainer in a good company, can you
> please guide me?
> many thanks
>   Best Regards
> Govind.
> Cell 9959392651.
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