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Since we shared the planned KLAS+Gutenberg implementation timeline, we've received some requests for an updated list of KLAS libraries now running Scribe, in the process getting a Scribe, or expressing interest in a Scribe.

As of today, we've built and installed Scribes at seven KLAS libraries, have three libraries in progress, and at least four more in line who have formally committed or expressed a strong interest in Scribe. 

Checklist of KLAS libraries that have or plan to implement Scribe equipment for duplication on demand services.

The limiting factors for getting a Scribe to a library are how quickly we can build it, getting the library migrated to KLAS 7.7, and making sure the equipment is approved for use by parent organizations.

Library Install Status
North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Complete 
New Mexico Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Complete
Arizona Talking Book Library Complete
Idaho Talking Book Library Complete
Alabama Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Complete
Braille Institute Library Services - Los Angeles Complete
Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Complete
Braille Institute Library Services - Branches In Progress
 South Dakota Braille & Talking Book Library In Progess
 Xavier Society for the Blind (New York) In Progress
Illinois State Library Talking Book and Braille Service Not Yet Scheduled
Virginia Beach Bayside Special Services Library - Braille and Talking Books Not Yet Scheduled
Florida Braille and Talking Book Libraries Not Yet Scheduled
Perkins Library (Massachusetts) Not Yet Scheduled

If you have any additional questions about Scribe delivery timelines or want to get your library on the list (or back on the list for an additional purchased Scribe Mini), contact Keystone Customer Support at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For Scribe Specs and Pricing information, please see our Duplication Information page.

Finally, keep an eye out: the Users' Group Programming Committee is currently organizing a Duplication on Demand Roundtable webinar featuring voices from both Gutenberg- and Scribe- libraries!