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Standard Posted on NISO Website

From: Lloyd G. Rasmussen <lras@loc.gov>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 14:00:01 -0500
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To: robin@isogen.com
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The Z39.86 standard, now named "Specifications for the Digital Talking
Book," was ratified by NISO and then ANSI on March 5.  

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>Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 13:23:22 -0500
>From: "Michael M Moodie" <mmoo@loc.gov>
>Subject: Standard Posted on NISO Website
>
>Hi All --
>
>NISO has posted the Z39.86-2002 DTB standard on their website, in HTML
>and PDF formats.  It is also available for purchase in print form for
>$99 (although the print version won't be available for several weeks).
> It is listed as the last standard in NISO's chronological list of
>approved and published standards at www.niso.org/standards/index.html. 
>Currently, there is no capability to list HTML versions, since ours is
>the first offered by NISO in that format, so click on the "Z39.86 
>Resources" link on that page to access the HTML.  They will be adding
>a properly-labeled link for the HTML version shortly.
>
>The direct urls for the two formats are:
>www.niso.org/standards/resources/z3986-2002.html
>
>www.niso.org/standards/resources/z3986-2002.pdf
>
>As the Maintenance Agency for Z39.86 (responsible for coordinating
>updates and corrections to the standard), the National Library Service
>for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress will
>host supplementary information about the standard and its use on its
>website at www.loc.gov/nls/z3986.  (The old url www.loc.gov/nls/niso
>will also work.)  Current versions of all the DTDs contained in the
>standard, background on their development, and a number of documents
>created during development of the standard are posted there.
>
>Kind Regards,
>
>Michael
>
Braille is the solution to the digital divide.
Lloyd Rasmussen, Senior Staff Engineer
National Library Service f/t Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress    (202) 707-0535  <lras@loc.gov>
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