[bksvol-discuss] Re: book validation procedures

  • From: "Kaitlyn" <kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2006 05:05:11 -0800

HI John, 


You will find many of us have a wide variety of scanners. Speed is not
always the most important thing. Depending on what scanning software you
have you can scan and read the book you are scanning at the same time. I do
that quite often these days. 


Welcome to the group and feel free to ask questions. I joined about 18
months ago and have learned so much since then. Before I got my Kurzweil
1000 and my first scanner I had never scanned a book:-)



Katie Hill 

"Come to the edge

"We can't; we will fall"

"Come to the edge"

"We can't; We're afraid"

"Come to the edge"

And they came.

And he pushed them.

And they flew.

- Anonomous


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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] book validation procedures


Good Afternoon List Members: 


Does anyone on this list have a summary of the most effective methods for
validating books.  I've signed up as a volunteer for Book Share but my
Cano-scan is not powerful enough to perform rapid book scans and in addition
I do not have a document feeder.  Therefore, I am able to validate books
that have been scanned by others.  On Bookshare.org is there a summary page
for people wishing to validate books.  At this point, I'm hoping to validate
about six or so books per month.  

Thank you for your consideration and attention.  Happy holidays to all.  


John O'Rourke




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