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Developing enhanced e-books [sound recording] : innovative ideas talk presented by Warren Fahey at the National Library of Australia
Bib ID 5717639
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [sound recording]
Author
Fahey, Warren, Speaker
 
Online Access
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2011 
1 sound file (ca. 62 min.) 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Online. 

Partial contents
  • Singing: On the steps of the dole office door
  • Plays from an enhanced e-book: The ballad of the Kelly Gang (very faint due to connection issues)
  • Sally Sloane singing Ben Hall.
 
Notes

Recorded on 28 September 2011 at the National Library of Australia, Canberra, A.C.T.

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary (3 p.) 
Subjects Electronic books - Australia.  |  Publishers and publishing - Australia.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia

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