Adaptive Technology for the Internet: Making Electronic Resources Available to All
Adaptive Technology for the Internet: Making Electronic Resources Available to All, by Barbara Mate, is available in full text online through the American Library Association site. Geared toward librarians planning for the accessibility of electronic resources, the book lays out how to "become ADA compliant, publicize efforts and welcome a new community of users to the library."
Technologies covered include HTML coding for accessibility, screen readers, voice recognition systems, and hearing assistance devices. Offered by chapter in HTML format, this book is an invaluable resource for library staff and anyone interested in accessibility issues and electronic resources.
Print copies are also available through the MHLS Public Catalog.