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Accessible Social Media Webinar Slides

Accessible Social Media Webinar Slides

Accessible Libraries conducted the Accessible Social Media webinar on May 26, 2022. You can now download the webinar slides! The webinar includes guidelines and demonstrations of how inaccessible and accessible social media posts can be for persons with disabilities. It covers the following social media components: Include Alternative Text if you are posting an imageRead more about Accessible Social Media Webinar Slides[…]

Inclusive Design for Social Media: Tips for Creating Accessible Channels

Inclusive Design for Social Media: Tips for Creating Accessible Channels

The Hootsuite Blog presents guidelines to make your social media posts accessible. Making sure that your social media is accessible will create an inclusive environment and reach a larger audience. Quick Facts The inclusive design increases the number of people who can access your social media. Making it accessible means that all can access yourRead more about Inclusive Design for Social Media: Tips for Creating Accessible Channels[…]

Quick Reference: Accessibility 101 For Public Libraries

Quick Reference: Accessibility 101 For Public Libraries

Hello and welcome! To get you started on your accessibility journey, we’ve summarized information from the Accessibility 101 webinar. The fact and links below will help you establish foundational knowledge that you can build on. General Tips There are many different types of disabilities that present in numerous visible and invisible ways. Accessibility is aboutRead more about Quick Reference: Accessibility 101 For Public Libraries[…]

Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Accessibility Information Toolkit for Libraries

Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Accessibility Information Toolkit for Libraries

This is an in-depth Toolkit that broadly covers accessibility as it applies to libraries. Initially, it was intended for the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL). Still, the toolkit itself mentions that it is meant to be “considered in the context of each institution and adapted accordingly” (Ontario Council of University Libraries, 2014, 5). ItRead more about Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Accessibility Information Toolkit for Libraries[…]