[bksvol-discuss] Re: Probably not, but I have to ask...

Hi Valerie,

I think you should write to Carrie and ask her directly.  But my guess is
that, no, this would not be allowable.  Sorry.  I hate to be the bearer of
bad news.

You could, for Nichole anyway, create tables of contents in books for which
she needs them.  If Kurzweil 3000 is similar to Kurzweil 1000 in this
respect, you could modify the daisy file by saving it as a kes file, adding
the table of contents, then resaving the file in whatever format Nichole's
readers allow.  Just a thought.  It doesn't, I know solve the problem you
talk about for other students like Nichole, but it would solve the problem
for her.

Just a thought.

Mayrie

 

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[mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Valerie Maples
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2010 2:22 AM
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Cc: Pavi Mehta; Carrie Karnos
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Probably not, but I have to ask...

I am almost sure I know the answer before I ask, but I am wondering if we
make it like a scanners note, if we can add a table of contents to help
readers know chapters and pages to better judge lengths, etc.  Text
navigation and search can be tough or impossible for people like my
daughter, and she often wants to know if reading a chapter is a manageable
goal, but one of her readers does not have search capability and the other
would consume the time it would take her to read many pages, due to tough
access.  So, I wondered if it could be bracketed much like a picture
description if we wanted to add a table of contents.

Valerie, hoping, but not hopeful.


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