Tailoring the Reading Experience to Meet Individual Needs
Creating an inclusive community of readers: tailoring the Reading Experience to Meet Individual Needs
11 – 12 August 2016
Galt House Hotel. 140 N 4th St., Louisville, KY 40202, USA
This IFLA WLIC 2016 preconference is organized by IFLA Libraries Serving Persons with Print Disabilities in cooperation with the American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
Making sure that everybody can have the best possible reading experience
- through library services catering to all types of print disabilities,
- through widely available rich audio and text books with descriptions of images and/or in tactile formats
- through personalized ways of reading
Presentations will raise and discuss such topics as:
- Facilitating the book selection process
- Changing role of the librarian from the Marrakesh perspective
- Finding and sharing accessible materials and collections
- Accessible audio book technologies
- Serving the full spectrum of print disabilities
- Creating inclusive communities through programming and events
- The added value of an analog service in the heart of the digital era.
- Promoting Braille literacy
See Call for Papers on the IFLA WLIC 2016 Website.
Last update: 5 July 2018