Posts tagged "Accessibility"

Accessible Gaming Events and Equipment

Adaptive gaming workshops poster

Interested in creating adaptive and accessible video game technology? Looking to learn which video games are the best of the best when it comes to accessibility? Just looking to game? The library is hosting two accessible and adaptive gaming events in April! The CVGA is also working to add more accessible and adaptive gaming equipment to its collection.

'Baking in' digital accessibility at the Library: Services and experiences from the U-M Library Digital Accessibility Team (DAT)

Delicious looking cake with a piece missing.

Web accessibility is a key ingredient to successful product development that can make or break many peoples’ experience. The U-M Library Digital Accessibility Team (DAT) helps library teams 'bake in' web accessibility from the beginning of their projects and helps coordinate accessibility work across the Library. Read about DAT's services and how collaboration with teams and staff across the library has led to improved products and services for our Library staff, faculty and...

Accessibility Office Hours

Are all library resources accessible for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities? Stephanie Rosen speaks on the work of the Digital Accessibility Team (DAT) and how they are trying to help everyone in the library answer this question.

Welcome to PIPEline!

From top-left to right, Jeff Witt, Anna Schnitzer, Stephanie Rosen From bottom-left to right, Jesus Espinoza, Edras Rodriguez-Torres, Sheila Garcia

Welcome to PIPEline! Through this platform, we will share with the library community how our work intersects with these themes and how they have both shaped not only the work itself, but also the way we as professionals, view and engage with our work. Meet our primary contributors and get ready to follow our adventures (and possibly misadventures) along the way!

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