Tiflolibros is the first digital library for the Spanish-speaking blind

“Tiflolibros is the first digital library for the Spanish-speaking blind. Created in 1999 by a group of blind friends that wanted to exchange their digital books in order to widen their access to culture and education, Tiflolibros has grown to have more than 48.000 books in Spanish available for more than 7.000 members with blindness or other severe disabilities in America, Africa, Europe and Asia. How does Tiflolibros work? Tiflolibros offers an online catalog with more than 48.000 digital books that registered members can download using their personal password. Each member then, “reads” the books through synthetic-voice reading computers, accessible moviles, Braille tapes or other electronic reading devices for people with disabilities…”

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