I know that Finland has developed an acoustic library for storing oral data. Can you introduce me to the archive or sound library system of Finland? Please let…

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21.10.2019

I know that Finland has developed an acoustic library for storing oral data. Can you introduce me to the archive or sound library system of Finland?

Please let me know which library holds the archives of recorded Finnish literature, and where can I get more information about them?

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29.10.2019

The sound collections are in the National Library, in  the Legal deposit office https://www.kansalliskirjasto.fi/en/legal-deposit-office . Their contact information can be found here, https://www.kansalliskirjasto.fi/en/legal-deposit-office#contact-information

Finland has also a national center for accessible literature and publishing in Finland, https://www.celia.fi/eng/. They produce and deliver acoustic books for persons with print disabilities. The email address to Celia is palvelut@celia.fi.

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