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  • Hi Rachel, I just now managed to see your post. I'm glad to hear you learned about accessibility in your computer science degree! And that you're interested in this topic- there's a lot of need for people with web development knowledge to work ...

  • Posted too soon....  since that is one of the goals of this group, I think encouraging members to share articles with discussions to follow, d&i issues and concerns as well as plans from their libraries could help build content. There is an article I ...

  • Sorry to be late to the discussion! During a webinar late last year for the ARL spec kit in diversity and inclusion, attendees asked about creating a diversity and inclusion community of practice. While the spec kit focused on academic libraries I could ...

  • Rachel and Adina, your comments make me remember that in past jobs, we had assigned some library staff/faculty and student workers to test some products' usability. After a couple of software was selected, the library asked some users to test them as ...

  • Adina brings up an interesting (art least to me) point. Before I got my Master's I got a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science and I learned just how inaccessible technology can be. I also learned about something called User Interface Design, which ...

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