eAccessibility Training & Support

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eAccessibility evaluation and training for libraries

I have over 10 years’ experience teaching eAccessibility to library staff online, in person, and internationally.

My support for Michigan libraries includes::

My Experience Teaching eAccessibility

  • Over 10 years, I trained 300+ staff in person from over 150 libraries on eAccessibility.
  • In 2015, I added online training.
  • Since 2020, my Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility modules have been experienced by 1,000+ online learners, including international learners.
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How I Gained My Skills

I began writing accessible HTML in 1999 for a nine library network of Braille and Talking Book Libraries under the supervision of staff who used screen readers to access the Internet.

I served as the website administrator for the Library of Michigan for over 20 years. In 2014, they were the first state library agency required to sign a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division after a web accessibility complaint. I have since implemented, enforced, and revisited methods to maintain digital accessibility in a library environment. 

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