New recording studio in India

May 23, 2011

Getting books in Braille for higher studies is always a challenge. But Amway and its partners are making it easier with a new audio recording studio with partner Sewa Mandir.

The Talking Book Library is a special initiative of the Amway Opportunity Foundation in partnership with Sewa Mandir and senior Amway Business Owners.

Local residents will volunteer to record special curriculums such as political science, history, law, sociology, and Hindu literature, as well as study materials for competitive exams.

The Library has new computers with special recording software. More than 90 digital recordings will be available to borrow or download, for sighted and visually impaired students. 

Already, many golden-voiced Amway Business Owners have called to volunteer their time to record more audio books.

Thanks to Raj Narain for sharing this story.

 

 

  • 2 Comments

    • virendra negi says:

      Dear Sir,
      we would like to record the books of Primary education of U.P.State Government in Digital format to be accessible for visual impaired student.
      is it possible or not.
      look forward,
      with regards,

      virendra negi

    • Jesse Hertstein says:

      Virenda, I will contact you offline to put you in touch with the Amway Opportunity Foundation. Many thanks for your interest in partnership! -JH

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