Keep it Simple: A Guide to Assistive Technologies provides a basic tutorial on common assistive computer applications and commonly available, inexpensive hardware and software to help librarians incorporate such aids into the library's current infrastructure. Focusing on applications commonly available on Microsoft Office and other low-cost technologies, this book offers guidance for the practitioner that can help every library move toward universal access. Librarians will find advice on planning accessible services, selecting appropriate assistive technologies, marketing disability services and assistive technology, and training staff in disability services issues and the use of assistive technology. Individual chapters cover print, hearing, speech, and mobility disabilities, offering resources and tutorials for each of these disability categories.Factivia (April 2002) (http://ww.factiva.com/collateral/ files/ whitepaper_feevsfree_032002.pdf). Cutlip ... 101+ Great Marketing and Fundraising Ideas for Libraries and Friends. ... Customer Service Excellence: A Concise Guide for Librarians.
|Title||:||Keep It Simple: A Guide to Assistive Technologies|
|Author||:||Ravonne A. Green, Vera Blair|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-03-21|