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- Assistive Technologies
- Atlases & Maps
- American Map Road Atlas
This United States road atlas features Large Type and digital maps that are 30% bigger than normal.
- The Atlas of Ophthalmology, by Alfredo Gomez Leal and Pablo Muñoz Rodriquez.
Divided into seventeen thematic chapters, this lavishly illustrated atlas boasts over 1400 clinical color photographs covering all aspects of ophthalmology. (Standard Print)
- Nelson's Complete Book of Bible Maps and Charts, By Thomas Nelson Publishers.
Includes large, fully reproduceable maps, charts, tables, and surveys from the Old and New Testaments.
- Rand McNally Large Scale Road Atlas 2006, by Rand McNally.
The large scale edition of America’s #1 road atlas features maps that are 32% larger than our standard Road Atlas, making pre-trip planning and on-the-road directions easier.
- The University of Miami Bascom Palmer Eye Institute's Atlas of Ophthalmology, Edited by Richard K. Parrish II.
This full-color atlas covers a variety of topics related to the eyes and vision in general, including diagnostic tests. (Standard Print)
- Dirty Spanish, by Juan Caballero.
Dirty Spanish teaches the casual expressions heard every day on the streets, and which will help you sound more like a native speaker.
- Miss Manners' Basic Training: The Right Thing to Say, By Judith Martin.
Miss Manner's is on the job again. In this hilarious guide she teaches you how to keep your foot out of your mouth!
- General Reference
- The 9-11 Commission Report, by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks.
An accessible version of this significant governmental report that is distributed on CD in both a large print version and a plain text version that is compatible with most computer screen reading programs.
- Africa on CD, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A vast collection, on one CD, of books and information on the geography, history, and cultures of the African nations of Algeria, Angola, Chad, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritania, Nigeria, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Uganda, and Zaire.
- Bridge for Dummies, 2nd Edition, by Eddie Kantar.
This is a complete course on learning to play Bridge that includes detailed diagrams of Bridge hands. It is perfect for absolute beginners, as well as for those needing brush up on their Bridge playing skills.
- Complete Book DVD, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of more than 7,000 books, in plain text format. The books are contained on a single DVD disc, which includes a variety of American, British, Canadian, and Australian literary classics as well as nonfiction subjects ranging from religion to world history.
- Countries of the Former Soviet Union, Compiled by Richard Seltzer.
Country studies of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, USSR, Uzbekistan, plus related history and literature texts that help to put current events into context.
- East Asia, Compiled by Richard Seltzer.
Country studies of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Mongolia, Nepal, North & South Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, plus related history, literary, and religious texts that help to put current events into context.
- Ebook of the Week on CD, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
An eclectic collection of nearly ninety plain-text books, all on a single CD. Contains both fiction and nonfiction books, and includes plays, speeches, classic works of literature and social science, history, and more.
- Education and Child Rearing, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A single volume CD collection of sixty books, in plain text format, dealing with education, child rearing, and books on education-oriented philosophy, biographies, and fiction.
- The Encyclopedia of Infant and Toddler Activities, edited by Kathy Charner, Maureen Murphy, and Charlie Clark.
With over three hundred activities written specifically for infants and toddlers, this book will captivate children’s imaginations and create wonderful opportunities for learning.
- Encyclopedia of the Undead, by Dr. Bob Curran.
A Field Guide to the Creatures that Cannot Rest in Peace. From earliest times, tales of the restless dead and their fellow travelers have terrified mankind. This guide traces those shadowy shapes that lurk just outside the range of human vision and inhabit our most potent and frightening tales.
- Funding for Persons with Visual Impairments, by Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber.
A database of financial aid opportunities for those with visual impairments. The large print edition of this directory contains about 250 financial aid resources for visually impaired individuals. The Plus Edition contains about 700 resource listings for disabled individuals, with an emphasis on programs for the visually impaired.
- Genealogy Online for Dummies, 5th Edition, by Matthew L. Helm and April Leigh Helm.
An introductory reference book that will give you a firm foundation upon which to start and carry out research into your family's history and ancestry. Focuses primarily on teaching you how to do as much of your research as possible, online.
- Non-Fiction CD, Compiled by Richard Seltzer.
Over 500 books on topics ranging from History to Natural Science, all on one CD.
- Papers of the Presidents, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
Contains the text, on a single CD, of multi-volume work: The Messages and Papers of the Presidents. This is a monumental work compiled by Congressman James Richardson, of the official papers of the first twenty-five American Presidents from George Washington to Theodore Roosevelt.
- Reverse Mortgages for Dummies, by Sarah Glendon Lyons and John E. Lucas.
A detailed overview of what a reverse mortgage is, how to decide if one is right for you, the process of acquiring a reverse mortgage, the fees associated with one, and under what circumstances you'll need to repay the loan.
- The Right Word, by Elizabeth Morrison.
Are you confused by homophones such as soul/sole or hall/haul? If so, The Right Word will help to guide you through the labyrinth of words that sound alike, but which are spelled differently and have different meanings...
- Spain, Portugal and Latin America on CD, Compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of books on Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean, and Latin America, including country studies, history books, literature, and religious texts.
- Text-Key's Large Print U.S. Supreme Court Opinions, produced by the Virginia M. Woolf Foundation.
A single volume CD-Rom collection of 83 pivotal U.S. Supreme Court opinions from 1803-2000. These documents are preformatted into 18 and 28 point font editions.
- Text-Key's Large Print U.S. Government Publications, produced by the Virginia M. Woolf Foundation.
A collection of twenty thematically organized CDs containing 138 government documents covering topics ranging from legislation to aging. These documents are preformatted into 18 and 28 point font editions.
- Theme Book DVD, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of more than 4,000 books, in plain text format, on a single DVD. Organized into twenty thematic categories, the books in this collection cover topics ranging from Victoriana and US History, to books on Education, Religion, War, and Women.
- When BAD Grammar Happens to GOOD People, by Ann Batko.
Starting with a pretest that will help you identify problem areas, this book points out common grammar mistakes, and offers tips on how to avoid making them in both your spoken and written endeavors.
- When Dickens Was News - Classic Magazines, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of hundreds of issues of various Victorian era magazines, including The Strand, The Atlantic Monthly, Punch, and the Mirror of Literature, all on one CD and in plain text format.
- Your World on CD-ROM, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
Over 2200 documents from the United Nations, over 1200 from NATO, plus the 2001 CIA World Factbook.
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