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Making Open Digital Projects More Accessible

This is a supplementary guide for the presentation "Making Open Digital Projects More Accessible," presented by Zoeanna Mayhook at the ACRL 2021 Virtual Conference.

Welcome 

Thank you for vising the "Making Open Digital Projects More Accessible" research guide. This guide was created a a supplement to the ACRL lighting talk by the same name. This guide contains the following contents: 

 

What is Web Accessibility? 

Accessibility is concerned with preventing discrimination by providing an equivalent experience for people with disabilities. W3C also states that “Web accessibility means that websites, tools, and technologies are designed and developed so that people with disabilities can use them,” and more specifically “perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the web.”

 

ACRL Lightening Talk 

If you would like to review the lightening talk presentation, view the following captioned video: