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Talking Book

North Dakota State Library Talking Book offers an array of services for citizens of North Dakota who are unable to read standard print materials because of a visual, physical, or reading disability.

The Talking Book program provides patrons with free access to audio books and magazines. The Talking Book program is administered by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), a division of the Library of Congress.

Eligibility
Talking Book Service Application

If you would like to apply for the Talking Book program, please complete and print the Talking Book Service Application form, ask a certifying authority to complete and sign their section, and mail to the address on the top of the form.


Please contact us if:
Related Information

Talking Book Patron Handbook

Talking Book Titles Recorded at the North Dakota State Library

Search the NLS online catalog using Voyager

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS)


Duplication on Demand

Duplication on Demand is a service in which multiple books are downloaded onto one cartridge, each cartridge is created especially for each patron. In order to access the multiple books on the cartridge, the patron will need to use the "Bookshelf Mode". Click on the link below to access the "Bookshelf" directions.

How to Use Bookshelf to Access your Multiple Books


BARD

BARD Application

BARD Mobile Application User Guide

BARD Downloads

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About BARD and BARD Mobile for iOS Devices

BARD Express: Tips & Tricks (25 videos)


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Mary J. Soucie, State Librarian
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