Accessibility is becoming increasingly important in the publishing industry. This presentation provides an overview of the different aspects involved for all the players who want to embrace accessibility.
Learn how to develop a practical roadmap for creating accessible ebooks that’s customized to the unique considerations of your press and workflow.
This session covers accessibility issues in mainstream audiobook formats, the relevance of the DAISY standard for audiobooks, the new audiobook standard, and a discussion of various automated tools.
Shannon Culver (eBOUND Canada) and Sabina Iseli-Otto (National Network for Equitable Library Service) share some of the lessons learned at this year’s Accessible Publishing Summit.
This presentation will prove that the way to accessibility in digital publications can be paved no matter what the situation, and why it should be the publisher’s concern.
All about the Accessible eBooks from Literary Presses project.
This session is a pause-and-take-stock look at ebooks and accessibility, looking closely at: what work has been done up to now, the work that is going on at present, and what’s left to do.
Learn how to fix your backlist bestsellers, to shine them up to a newer EPUB specification and ready for the diverse needs of a broad spectrum of readers.
This session covers the partnership project between NNELS and independent Canadian publishers aimed at identifying and preventing accessibility barriers.
Audiobooks are often considered “accessible by default,” but in reality audiobooks aren’t fully usable by everyone in their current state. In this presentation we demonstrate the possibilities of audiobook accessibility.