[community] Design Challenge: PDF Pitstop
mweiler at alumni.sfu.ca
Tue Jun 21 20:05:02 UTC 2022
I think the email server removes embedded links, so I've attached is an MP3 version. The raw link to the video is below too.
And can we can some cheering going on from the Inclusive Design Community! Like you all, we're doing something hard and would love some cheering, and pointing us to experts.
The speakers are:Ashley Shaw, Masters Student, Wilfrid Laurier University
Mark Weiler, Librarian, Wilfrid Laurier University
Matt Thomas, Librarian, Wilfrid Laurier UniversityBart Kawula, Librarian, Scholars Portal
Start raw link:
https://nextcloud.scholarsportal.info/s/Nrn8P6sjmdNDNTPEnd raw link
On Monday, June 20, 2022 at 09:03:33 p.m. EDT, Mark Weiler <mweiler at alumni.sfu.ca> wrote:
This 8 minute presentation, Marching towards a PDF Pitstop: Improving Scholars Portal Journals for Blind Users across Ontario Along the Way, is by an inter-abled team and was given at an Ontario university library conference last month.
It's a design challenge called a PDF PitStop and is about addressing inaccessible library reading experiences in universities.
You'll hear slide numbers announcing slide transitions for blind audience members.
The presenters are Ashley Shaw, Mark Weiler, Matt Thomas, Bart Kawula, and Aneta Kwak (not in the presentation)
But we need your help. If you know of anyone with expertise in Power Automate or collaborative editing tools for HTML, please reach out to me. And if you know of librarians at universities, please forward this to them and ask them to support a PDF PitStop.
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