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Assistive Technologies in the Library

John McClain

258 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Assistive Technologies in the Library discusses the role technology is playing in providing assistive measures in library to assist the people especially the differently abled ones in an efficient manner. Further it provides readers with the role and importance of library staff in helping differently abled readers in library. Funding and marketing campaigns are discussed in order to promote the initiative and to tell people about the dire need of these facilities even in small scale libraries.
Author Bio
Joe McClain is a professional author and editor with Masters in Library and Information Science from The University of Toronto. He has worked with TLAC Toronto printing where he was assigned Proofreading and Editing tasks. Joe is also a member of Canadian Association of Research Libraries; the voice of Canada’s Research Libraries. He writes and lives in Toronto, CA with his wife, Lorraine.