Libraries serving persons with Print Disabilities

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Conference Session 100

How special are we anyway? Bringing accessible reading to mainstream libraries and markets; Progress and Challenges Ahead

Libraries serving persons with Print Disabilities

18 августа 2014 13:45 - 15:45 | Room: Auditorium Pasteur | FR-EN

  • Library for all: Bringing talking books and accessibility thinking into public libraries in Finland
    MINNA VON ZANSEN (Celia, Helsinki, Finland)
  • Building a network of accessible public libraries for print disabled persons in France
    LUC MAUMET (Association Valentin Haüy, Paris, France)
  • Accessible websites, a necessity? Issues dealt with in making online services for the print disabled accessible
    MENNO STEIN (Stichting Aangepast Lezen/National Centre for Adapted Reading, The Hague, Netherlands)
  • KOEN KRIKHAAR (Dedicon, Grave, Netherlands)
  • NLS and US public libraries: Cooperative strategies old and new
    KAREN KENINGER (National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, Washington D.C. United States)
  • Apple shelf in everyday life: public libraries work with accessible media for children
    BITTE KRONKVIST (MTM, Swedish Agency for Accessible Media, Johanneshov, Sweden)

Last update: 11 July 2014