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Celia is a national center for accessible literature and publishing in Finland, working toward equality in reading and learning. Celia belongs to the administrative sector of the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Celia produces and distributes literature in accessible formats, such as talking books and braille books, together with public libraries and publishers. In addition to fiction and non-fiction, Celia also produces and distributes textbooks in accessible formats to all educational levels. Celia’s books are available online as well as on CDs and a variety of physical media.

Celia's audiobook service can be used by any person who has difficulties in reading a regular book due to some reading obstacle.  A separate certificate of dyslexia may not be required.


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How to use Celia's audiobooks

Celia's guidebook for a new customer

Terms of use of Celia's services

University course books can be borrowed from Celia free of charge. More information on how to register as a student user, please, contact the staff of Centria Library:

Taru Fröjdholm

Hannele Myntti