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.
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.
Accessibility and Usability Consultant, Ka Li, from the National Network for Equitable Library Service, talks about how accessibility features are used (or can’t be used) by people with print disabilities.