Université Pierre et Marie Curie B23 9, quai Saint-Bernard
Library details: Bibliothèque Hélène is a Special library.
This library is affiliated with BrailleNet. The collection of the library contains 7,000 volumes.
Other Info: Helene Library offers more than 7.000 digitalized books accessible to visually impaired people. The collection is built from publishers’ catalogues, and aims to present a various range of present publishing: classics, fiction, non-fiction, biographies, essays, children literature, etc. One can search through author, title, publisher, kind and subject. Inscription is free; visually impairment’s proof is needed (medical certificate, disability card, etc.) For people under 18, a parental authorization is needed.
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Record History: This listing was created on Sep 2, 2011 and was last modified on Jan 19, 2021.
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