The first event in Library UX Chicago's new accessibility series was held Friday, July 27, 2018 from 1pm-3:30pm at the University of Chicago Library.
Accessibility should be more than a set of regulations that govern choices libraries make about the content of our websites or the organization of our physical spaces. Rather, these standards should serve as a starting place from which we can create content, services, and spaces that encourage use by all members of our communities.
During this event, staff members from the University of Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology libraries shared how they have approached accessibility and inclusion in their work:
Materials from all of our presenters are available via Box.