The Vision Australia Library opens up a world of Audio and Braille books, newspapers, magazines and podcasts for people who:
- are blind or have low vision;
- are unable to hold or manipulate books;
- are unable to focus or move eyes e.g. MS, stroke, severe arthritis; or
- have a perceptual disability e.g. dyslexia or a visual processing disorder.
Paddock to Page: In Conversation with Rachael Johns and Fleur McDonald (webinar)
From tight-knit hamlets to the red dirt of the sprawling outback the rural romance genre highlights the diversity of the Australian rural landscape, the hardships and success’ of rural life and the love and connection people have to the life on the land.
More importantly, the stories are about women determining their own lives, overcoming obstacles and finding a hard-won happy ending.
Join two of Australia’s most popular Rural Romance writers Rachael Johns and Fleur McDonald in conversation as they discuss how they bring their lived experience on the land from paddock to page.
When: Tuesday March 30, 2pm-3pm (AEDT)
How: Via Zoom. Telephone dial in option available.
The Vision Australia Library service was upgraded through October and November 2020.
Updates to the App and i-access Kiosk have been released, and there is a new website to improve your library user experience.
Visit our dedicated library upgrades page to find out more about these upgrades, benefits and how to use or access new or updated software.
Want the chance to win a $100 Visa gift card?
To celebrate our Library upgrades Vision Australia Library will be giving away $100 Visa gift cards to two lucky Library members each month.
To go into the draw, all you need to do is download and access content on our new and improved Library service.
Winners will be drawn at the end of each month.
This incentive will continue until March 2021 (inclusive).