RSB Library Service
Goal of Service
The RSB Digital Library Service provides free access for people who are blind or vision impaired to a wide range of accessible books and magazines.
The Print Alternatives library service provides a large range of talking books, or books in Braille. Books cover a wide range of recreational, non-fiction and religious reading. Some magazines are also available in audio format.
The RSB's Digital Library service is also available (formerly known as the Books in The Sky system, or ‘BiTS’). The service enables books, magazines and newspapers to be down loaded via broadband internet, or accessed from a number of public libraries and RSB offices. The RSB Digital Library Service collection exceeds 7,000 titles.
RSB Digital Library catalogue
Login and password required.
Please contact the RSB on 8417 5555 for details and registration.
The RSB Talking Book Library service is a home based service, that is accessed via the postal service. The RSB Digital Library Service is available via broadband internet, or via selected Public Libraries. These services are available in both the Metropolitan and Regional areas of South Australia.
Access to RSB's Digital Library Service is available to people who are legally blind.
People can self-refer for this service, or can be referred by a friend or family member, Doctor, or other health professional, by phoning the Referrals Officer on 8417 5555, or toll-free for Country callers on 1800 675 554 during business hours.
For more information about this or other RSB services, contact the Community Services Division on 8417 5555 or toll-free for Country callers on 1800 675 554 during business hours.
Talking Newspaper Service