Personally I would suggest you talk with the librarian. Once they see the exemption they might be willing to put together a volunteer corp at the library itself. Way easier to scan books at the source, and with lots of books if there was a scan error someone could just go to the shelf because it's unlikely the book was checked out in the meantime. On 8/29/09, Jamie Yates, CPhT <mirxtech@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Good, Valerie, I'm glad you enjoyed it! > > Sometimes I feel like scanning books makes me feel like a "scam". I never > tell the librarian what I am doing with such a wide variety of books I am > checking out because so many people misinterpret and think it's something > illegal and sometimes it's way too tedious to try to explain and make them > understand. > > If pressed I tell them that I'm helping someone without vision to be able to > read the book but I never mention scanning the book. > > > -- > Jamie in Michigan > Currently Reading: Last Look by Mariah Stewart > See everything I've read this year at: www.michrxtech.com/books.html > -- Soronel Haetir soronel.haetir@xxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.