this conference always seems to include so many interesting presentations.
You’ve reported on such interesting and wide ranging content. I appreciate the challenges of reading musical scores with traditional software to assist visually impaired students. What a tough problem to solve. I hope vendors figure out a usable solution soon.
The topic of the winning paper sounds fascinating, and it sounds like you did a great job leading that session! Well done, and thank you for sharing!
Thank you for highlighting in the inclusion aspects, Leslie, especially around accessibility and multi-lingual navigation of library resources – all sound like relevant opportunities to ZSR!
Thanks, Leslie! This is timely since Carol and I stopped at the Assistive Technology table at TechXploration last week to chat about the struggles that the vendors are having with making e-resources more accessible and the tools that our Learning Assistance Center & Disablility Services currently use as needs arise. I also appreciated the OCLC interface design notes. The clustering is certainly imperfect!