Previous Best Practice Award Winners

Reports from previous winners may be downloaded below.

Report on the Study Visit to the Royal National Institute of Blind Persons – London, Stockport and Peterborough, UK

Dragana Milunovic
  • 2013
  • National Library of Serbia
  • September 8-14, 2013

Report on the visit to Celia Library

Marianne Kraack
  • 2012
  • Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB)
  • October 2012

Report to the Ulverscroft Foundation Best Practice Development Programme 2012

Kristina Janc
  • 2012
  • National and University Library of Slovenia Ljubljana
  • September 2012

Library Services for People with Dyslexia-Danish Approach

Jelena Lesaja
  • 2011
  • Croation Library for the Blind

Visit to DAISY South Africa

Yasmine Youssef
  • Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt

Shanghai Pudong New Area Library Reports

  • 2011
  • December 2010 and January 2011

Work Experience Programme in the South African Library for the Blind 2010

Mark Freeman and Chair (Share the Vision)
  • 2009
  • Library Manager South Tyneside Libraries, UK

Visit to Celia Library Helsinki to see FRBR in practice June 2010

Kathy Teague and Wendy Taylor
  • 2009
  • RNIB National Library Service, UK

Quels services peut offrir une bibliothèque sur médias substituts pour les publics distants ?

Hélène Kudzia
  • 2008
  • Association Valentin Haüy, Paris, France

Study Visit Report: What Kinds of Services May a Substitute Media Library Offer to its remote Users?

Hélène Kudzia
  • 2008
  • Association Valentin Haüy, Paris, France

The Report of Examination of the Procedures of Transforming Persian Talking Books Into Daisy Software

Hosin Rohani Sadr
  • 2008
  • National Library and Archives of Iran
  • June 2008

A Detailed Report on the Field Trip to the National Library for the Blind, Stockport, England, UK

Adenike Olorandare
  • 2005
  • Anglo Nigerian Welfare Assocation for the Blind (ANWAB)
  • 23rd June to 13th July 2005

What We Need To Know…What We Want To Know!!!

Wendy Ling
  • 2005
  • South African Library for the Blind
  • August 2005

DAISY (Digital Accessible Information SYstem)

Sarah Home
  • 2004
  • National Library for the Blind, UK
  • April 2005

Setting up a Computerised Catalogue & Distribution Database of Alternative Materials for Blind and Visually Impaired persons in Nigeria

Prof. Morayo Atinmo
  • 2003
  • University of Ibadan, Nigeria