Volunteer For The Hellen Keller Archive

. April 30, 2018.
Helen Keller. Photo courtesy of www.afb.org.

Calling all experienced transcribers, novices and Helen Keller enthusiasts: The American Foundation for the Blind is looking for volunteers to help transcribe thousands of Helen Keller archives, such as papers, letters and speeches in a way that is accessible to blind, hard-of-hearing, and deafblind audiences.

The only requirements include having access to a computer and internet, ability to read English and close attention to detail. Training will be provided.

For more information email Helen Selsdon at hselsdon@afb.net or visit afb.org.

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