Audiobook accessibility

  • June 15, 2020
This session will cover accessibility issues in mainstream audiobook formats, the relevance of the DAISY standard for audiobooks, and work being done on the new audiobook standard, as well as a discussion of various automated tools to help make audiobooks more accessible. It will also look at how audiobooks are produced from a variety of perspectives: publisher, user, and alternate format producer (such as CNIB or NNELS). The panel will discuss the issues with audiobook accessibility and what tools and new standards are coming that will help address the challenges.

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