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As part of a national network cooperating with the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) provides audio books and brailled materials to persons, living in Wisconsin, who cannot see regular print or handle print materials. WTTBL patrons receive and return books and equipment, postage-free through the U.S. Postal Service. WTBBL currently serves nearly 7,000 registered patrons and over 570 institutions (e.g. libraries, schools, nursing homes, veterans centers). There were 1,184 new registrations in 2014.
In addition, the WTBBL circulates audio books and brailled materials about Wisconsin or by Wisconsin authors, as well as audio-described videotapes and DVDs.
The NLS Talking Book Program was established by an Act of Congress in 1931. WTBBL joined the NLS network in 1961. The current digital players and cartridges replaced the cassette players and tapes in 2009. Specially-designed USB flash-drive cartridges hold one or more books or magazines. The digital players include a variety of user-friendly options including bookmark navigation controls, optional battery power for portability, and a sleep timer. Using the player’s volume, tone and speed controls, patrons enjoy easier listening. Direct downloading of digitized books, magazines and braille materials from the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) website is available. An app introduced in 2013 allows BARD downloads to iOS devices. In 2014, NLS began distributing magazines on digital cartridges.
These services are made available by NLS, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and the Milwaukee Public Library.
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Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library 813 West Wells Street Milwaukee, WI 53233-1436
Phone: (414) 286-3045 Toll-free within Wisconsin: (800) 242-8822 Fax: (414) 286-3102 Email:
Use the to search for books in the collection and order them online. To order books you will need a special user name and password, which you can obtain by calling the Library at 414-286-3045 (Milwaukee area) or 1-800-242-8822 (toll-free within Wisconsin) or by sending an email to . A user name or password is not required just to search the OPAC. Registered users who wish to place their requests directly on the OPAC should contact WTBBL for their login and password.
Wisconsin residents, who have one or more of the following reading disabilities, as certified by a competent authority, are eligible for free library services from the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library:
Services are also available to schools, hospitals, nursing homes and other institutions which serve people with qualifying handicaps.