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That All May Read: What IS a print disability? An answer + resources

Libraries are commonly understood to be the repositories of the human experience, storehouses which take that human experience and, from it, create opportunities for library consumers to “learn, grow, and know”. But what if someone you know has a print … Continue reading

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Infocamp Seattle

This past weekend I attended Infocamp Seattle, an “unconference” presented by ASIS&T and the UW’s ischool.  An “unconference” simply means that there are no planned events throughout the day – the participants are the presenters. Topics ranged from UX to … Continue reading

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