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8 Reasons Information Professionals Should Care About Accessibility

This "blog" post (9-23-2011) by a Masters student in Library and Information Studies emphasizes, "A frequent positive side effect of accommodating people with disabilities is creating better usability for non-disabled customers." The author discusses many other relevant points for library professionals and educators.

Charlotte Flynn, Syracuse iSchool community

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Posted by: aura on Mon Oct 17, 2011 at 3:36 p.m.

Great article with several resource links.

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