This site provides an annotated collection of high quality Internet resources, selected by librarians, for their usefulness in providing accurate, factual information on a particular topic or topics. Includes a teen space and special collections like literary criticism.
Learning Ally's materials are for all people who cannot effectively read standard print because of a visual, perceptual or other physical disability. Last year, more than 4,900 volunteers, working in RFB&D's 28 recording studios across the United States, recorded audio textbooks for users with visual impairments. Search their audio catalog here.
The Library for the Blind and Handicapped, a division of the State Library of New Jersey, provides informational and recreational books in Braille, on cassette, and in large print to anyone living in New Jersey who for any physical reason cannot read regular printed books. Search the LBH audio book collection here.