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Alaska State Library staff have created an online guide with recommendations on how libraries, archives and museums may assist visitors with disabilities. The guide includes notice requirements, video captioning and instructions for creating accessible websites, presentations and PDFs.
The Alaska State Library Talking Book Center is a cooperative effort between the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, the Alaska State Library, and the Utah State Library to provide Alaskans who cannot read standard print with talking books and Braille service.