Missed the chat? Catch up with the Storify here.
The questions were:
Q1. How do you define “accessibility”? What does “accessibility” mean in the context of your library?
Q2. Have you struggled with accessibility when using a library? What was that like?
Q3. What are some common mistakes or misconceptions institutions make about accessibility?
Q4. Can you describe some examples where the issue of accessibility has been addressed particularly well by an institution?
Q5. Do you have any advice for librarians who would like to make their collections & services more accessible? Are there any resources you’d like to share?
Some of the resources shared by our tweeters included:
- The ‘Nothing About Us Without Us‘ movement
- Living Archive‘s work with endangered texts in the Indigenous languages of the NT
- ASCLA’s Library Accessibility toolkit
- Vision Australia‘s services
- Thinking about web design for accessibility
- Open to all Toolkit by the Library Association Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table.
See you Tuesday 6th December 2016 for our next discussion: Social Justice in the Library.