[Athen] CD Player?

Kelmer, Susan M. SKelmer at stlcc.edu
Tue Jun 30 11:23:37 PDT 2009

Any CD player will work, but instead of turning it off, she should press
or switch on the "hold" button when she wants to pause the play, then
turn it off. It will "hold" her place that way.

Susan Kelmer

Adaptive Technology Specialist/

Lab Coordinator, Campus Labs and Classrooms

St. Louis Community College - Meramec


From: athen-bounces at athenpro.org [mailto:athen-bounces at athenpro.org] On
Behalf Of Henley, Elizabeth
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 1:21 PM
To: Access Technology Higher Education Network
Subject: [Athen] CD Player?

Hi all,

I had a request from a staff member who's looking for a CD player for a
relative that I was hoping someone would have a suggestion for. She's
looking for a very simple CD player that's just on and off basically,
but that if she's listening to an audio book on CD, when she turns it
off and then back on again it'll start right back up in the same spot.
She's really looking for a cassette tape player replacement in those
regards. The only CD players I really work with are ones to use with
books from RFB&D. However, what she's accessing are just commercial
audio books, not DAISY format, and doesn't want to have to set
bookmarks. The CD player would also need to have big buttons, as she has
low vision. Any ideas? The only items I'm coming up for are ones that do
bookmarks, DAISY books, or would require her to jump to tracks, nothing
that would start back up again at the same point it was when she stopped
and turned it off.



Liz Henley

Assistant Director, Office of Disability Services

Southern New Hampshire University

2500 North River Rd

Manchester, NH 03106

(603) 668-2211, ext. 2118

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