Monthly Archives: August 2011

NFB and the Maryland Technology Assistance Program present the Web Accessibility Training Day

from the National Federation of the Blind website: National Federation of the Blind, Jernigan Institute, and Maryland Technology Assistance Program are delighted to present the second Web Accessibility training day. On September 19th, they will offer a day-long, in-depth look at … Continue reading

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Copyright Law Best Practices (or, “What can I do/not do with library property?”

Disclaimer: this is not legal advice, just legal information gleaned from my learning experience. This post originally appeared in the July 2011 issue of the WLA eNewsletter, Connect. After having an interaction with a patron last week who wanted to check … Continue reading

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What IS a print disability? An answer + resources

As of today, according to, it’s stated that only 5% of the world’s published information is fully accessible to persons with a print disability; it’s my career goal to help increase that percentage as much as I can. Some people … Continue reading

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