International Online Book Discussion of the DaVinci Code

Lori Bell lbell927 at
Sat Jul 3 17:00:41 EDT 2004

Please excuse cross postings.

On Tuesday, July 13, 2004, Cleveland LBPH will be
hosting a book discussion of Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci
Code," using an online meeting room with
chatting and voice-over IP that was designed by and
for people who are blind or visually impaired, or
employ adaptive technologies to
use the Internet. This meeting room is made possible
through a grant obtained by the Illinois State Library
Talking Book and Braille Service. The online
discussion will begin at 10 AM, Eastern time and a
moderated discussion will last until 12 PM Eastern
time. The meeting room will then remain
open until 2 PM for those who wish to continue the

For more information, please call LBPH at 216-623-2911
or 1-800-362-1262 or email Barbara Mates at
barbara.mates at or Will Reed at
will.reed at

The software for the discussion is Talking Communities
through OPAL - Online Programming for all Libraries.
For information on other programming and software,
please contact Tom Peters, OPAL Coordinator at
tapinformation at or Lori Bell at
lbell at

Instructions for Logging In To the Discussion: 

Select and activate Enter the Da Vinci Code Online
Book Discussion link:
A small applet will download onto your PC allowing you
to enter the room. Allow the applet to download. The
applet allows your computer to participate in the
discussion, and is a safe download. If you have
problems downloading the applet please refer to the
Talking Communities FAQ at 
A form field is on the Web page to type in your name.
Type in your name and press Enter on your keyboard or
select the ENTER button on the Web page. 
You should now be logged into the OPAL Auditorium

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