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Accessibility is Usability

  • 29 Apr 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • MLK Library, 901 G Street NW, Rm. A9, Washington, DC 20001
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Please join us for a presentation entitled "Accessibility is Usability," focusing on how addressing the needs of users with disabilities can inform and improve websites.

Speaker Chris Corrigan (Library Associate, DC Public Library) will make the case that considering the virtual needs of users with disabilities helps ensure usability of our websites and web applications. Accessibility can lead to cleaner interfaces that work on multiple monitor sizes, search engine optimization, and faster download speed. In short, good accessibility helps serve everyone!

Chris has been invited to offer this program as an ALA ASCLA webinar -- DCLA members and guests are getting a preview!

ASL interpretation will be provided & light refreshments will be served.

Date: Monday, April 29, 2013

 

Time: 6:30p-7:30p

 

Location:

Martin Luther King Library

Room A9*

901 G Street NW

Washington, DC 20001

 

Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown (red, yellow, and green lines) and Metro Center (red, blue, and orange lines)

*Once you enter the building, take the elevator directly to your right down one level.

This event was organized by DCLA member Chris Corrigan.



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