Make illustrations viewable.
In many childen's books, illustrations are extremely important to the story. The books don't make sense unless you see the pictures.
We provide images in our books, but only in those that the source provider supplies them.
Scanned books today do not maintain the images though we are evaluating the ability to do so.
We are also working on making the descriptions of those images available.
More DAISYs with IMAGES please!
Debbie Walsh commented
This would be so helpful for low vision students! I have a student with low vision who is very auditory and I want him to be able to see the words as he listens & the pictures to help motivate and interest him more in reading!
Yes, but students who do not have an IEP, cannot access those beautiful NIMAC provided content.
The Accessible Book Collection has a large selection of children's books available with pictures.
Linda Wilson commented
I just noticed Harriet the Spy has a version for download with pictures. I was looking in the FAQs to find out which software will be able to display the pictures, but there is no search function for the FAQs so it is a bit of a hunt.