• The Structure of Accessible Content: Building a Bridge to Understanding

  • Presenters
    • Kelli Ham, Consumer Health and Technology Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Southwest Region, UCLA Biomedical Library
    • Patrick Burke, Coordinator, UCLA Office of Information Technology, Disabilities and Computing Program
  • Description

    Digital content is ubiquitous, expanding information access in previously unimaginable ways. Powerful tools allow users to create and disseminate content in numerous formats, including complex documents, visually-intense presentations, and compelling multimedia. However, much of this content is inaccessible to people who have disabilities. Attend this session to see demonstrations of assistive technologies, to learn about Section 508 compliance, and to learn strategies and techniques to improve accessibility and inclusion for all users of our content.

  • Format
    Individual Presentation
  • Track
    • Collections and Access