Braille & Talking Book Program | Publications
The South Dakota Braille and Talking Book documents are available in Adobe Acrobat format exactly as it appears in print or in a Web format. First time users of the PDF format must perform a one-time only installation of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Software before they will be able to read or print the document. This format is used extensively both on the Web and on this site.
Braille Catalog in Braille Reader Format (ZIP)
Download this zip file, and extract or expand the file (usually right click, and "Extract All").
Braille Catalog in MS Excel Format
Braille Catalog in PDF Format
Descriptive Video Catalog in PDF Format
Beginning in 2010, the B&TB Program consolidated all newsletters into one, the Prairie Trails Newsletter.
Individuals who cannot read or use conventional printed materials as a result of physical limitations, i.e. blind, visually limited, physically limited, cannot hold a book or turn the pages, and reading/learning disabled are by law eligible. This also includes persons in private homes, nursing homes, hospitals, schools and other institutions.
In case of reading disability from organic dysfunction, “competent authority” is defined as a doctor of medicine or a doctor of osteopathy who may consult with colleagues in associated disciplines.
Braille and Talking Book Strategic Plan 2015-2018
Prairie Trails Memorandum
Volume 10, Issue 3 | Fall 2015
Articles include "Visit with Pam Davenport from NLS", "Summer Reading Program Breaks Records", "One Book Author on Tour", "Behind the Scenes", "BARD Mobile for Android is finally here!", "Issue While Downloading Special Characters in some Titles", "Tips for Better Service", "'DBC' Books from the Talking Book Topics Catalog", "South Dakota Collection", "Kids News: Prairie Bud and Prairie Pasque 2015-2016", and "Holiday Closings"
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