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Can the mini-libraries (mini-libs) be a solution for library users with print disabilities? a case of the North West Province, South Africa
A library should be accessible and provide inclusive services. This is a challenge for many developing countries. However, with limited funding and infrastructure, there have been concerted attempts to mitigate this ...
Strategic library and information services models for the visually impaired persons: the South African Library for the Blind perspective
The South African Library for the Blind (SALB) contributes to the quality of life of print-impaired people encouraging independence through access to information, informed decision making, and taking pleasure in the enjoyment ...
Providing access to students with print disabilities: the case of the North-West University in South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Academic libraries should be accessible to all students and relevant stakeholders. Students with print disabilities are found in many universities worldwide. This article examines the services and tools that are available ...