Digital Audio Project
The Digital Audio Project is a three year programme, managed by The Open University, Disabled Student Services, to investigate, create and distribute digital talking books (DTBs) by utilising the technological innovations created by Digital Accessible Information SYstem (DAISY) global standard. As a result, The Open University will be able to provide a vast range of educational materials to print-disabled students in a high-quality alternative format. We are looking mainstream DAISY DTBs production to provide DAISY DTBs & structured MP3 files to students.
The Digital Audio Project is ending on 28th February 2010.
You can download the “The Open University Open links Newsletter 53 Special Edition: Digital Audio Project – Final Report” from: