The introduction of “chapter books” is an exciting, if sometimes intimidating experience for children. It’s a new format, with more content, and a bigger vocabulary! As a babysitter that relishes … Continued
Print-and-braille picture books are a wonderful way to introduce braille to blind or visually impaired children.
International politics, U.S. imperialism, journalistic corruption, and infringement of democratic rights: what better place to digest these heady and complex concepts than in the garden, while surrounding yourself with peace … Continued
Children with low vision are a diverse group of readers. Some benefit from large print; others from high contrast. When it comes to picture books, where the meanings of stories … Continued
Here at the Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians we offer technology help with assistive technology. So what is assistive technology one might ask? Well, according to the Assistive Technology Industry … Continued
Visitors to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh spend over 2 million minutes per month on public computers – that’s over 1430 days worth of computing time! While the most popular services … Continued
Some would rather gag on a gourd instead of enjoy the onslaught of pumpkin inspired products that crop up this time of year. I, unfortunately for those of you, am not one of … Continued
If you ever had to do a research paper or senior project in high school, you most likely came in contact with the Opposing Viewpoints series for researching those sometimes … Continued