[nabs] accessible magazines
peterben at seawolf.sonoma.edu
Mon Sep 19 18:49:22 EDT 2011
Ashely, aph does have readers digest; it is good. I haven't gotten in
a while because of time constraints on reading but I use to enjoy it.
For the other magazines you just have to contact your library and
request them. I believe they should also have newsweek. Generally the
articles are indexed and one reader does the entire magazine. Also the
bard download service does have magazines too. Hope this helps, Ben.
On 9/19/11, Ashley Bramlett <bookwormahb at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I want to read more magazines to be better informed and by reading you can
> learn how to write better.
> How is the NLS magazine program set up? Are the cassettes indexed by
> article? Do multiple narrators read the one periodical?
> Do I contact my cooperating library to sign up for any magazine?
> I’m probably going to sign up for Musical Mainstream, American Heritage,
> National Geographic, and The Writer.
> Also I’m interested in reading these magazines. I' wish I could just buy one
> from a newstand, but can’t. So are any of these accessible? Some magazines
> are digital, but I do not know if the electronic version is accessible. They
> 1. Time magazine
> 2. Washingtonian
> 3. Newsweek
> 4. The New Yorker
> 5. Southern Living
> 6. Fortune
> Also, I think APH produces Readers digest. If anyone gets it, is the quality
> good? What articles are in it?
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