The University of Washington has become a leader in the United States on Accessible issues. Here is a checklist for making ibraries welcoming, accessible, and usable.
Copyright by Alan Cantor 1995. This article is intended as an antidote to technological paralysis. It is practical guide for librarians who are overwhelmed by AT. The author describes an approach for choosing accessibility aids that puts high-technology devices into a broader context. I call the approach AD-A-P-T-A-B-L-E, an acronym formed of the first letter of eight distinct workplace accommodation strategies. For more information contact: Alan Cantor, 32 Queensdale Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4J 1X9 or phone/fax: (416) 406-5098.
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