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1,000+ requests for accommodations (per Student Access Services)
While not all of these requests were for print disability accommodations, it is easy to incorporate most (if not all) of these best practices into the design of a LibGuide or Word document to assist with screen readers.
This will optimize your LibGuides and Word documents use in library instruction for people who use screen readers to assist them with their learning and teaching.
Check out this Disability Simulator, if you have questions about how people with various disabilities might view your LibGuides (or webpages):
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