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A Minimally-Technical Introduction to Producing Accessible Online Content

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Title:A Minimally-Technical Introduction to Producing Accessible Online Content
Authors:Toyama, Ralph
Keywords:Library science
Barrier-free design
Web sites
Date Issued:17 Nov 2018
Abstract:Having inaccessible content on your library's website is not only a disservice to patrons with disabilities, but it can jeopardize your autonomy to manage your own website. Tools like Microsoft Word and LibGuides have accessibility features, but still require judgement and awareness on the part of content creators for best results. This session will give an overview of basic accessibility principles, and will demonstrate creating accessible Word and PDF documents. Basic web authoring concepts and accessibility techniques will be explained.
Pages/Duration:3 pages
Appears in Collections: 2018 HLA Conference

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