Breaking down Barriers: Accessibility in the Wild West of E-Resources
E-resources can be extremely useful for patrons who have a visual or hearing impediment because electronic materials can be accessed from home and many of them have a form of accessibility embedded in them. The problem lies in discovering what accessible features are available in each resource and how to make the most of them. Every e-resource has a different layout and set of functions. Come see the quickest, easiest, most inexpensive and time-effective ways of making e-resources available to patrons who have a visual or hearing impediment.
Danielle K.L. Lee-Muma. "Breaking down Barriers: Accessibility in the Wild West of E-Resources" Ontario Library Association Super Conference, OCULA Lightning Strikes. Toronto, Ontario. Feb. 2012.