Bringing Tech, Teens, and Talent Together: Recording Audiobooks for Children with Disabilities

Lynn Vroblick


It’s Friday afternoon and, rather than embarking on weekend recreational plans, a group of high school students have arrived at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (LBPH) to get down to work. They filter into the library’s recording studio and two students take their places at the microphones in soundproof recording booths, while others settle in front of the electronic monitoring equipment just outside and follow the text of the children’s book that is being recorded.

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