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Vol 54, No 4 (2018): May/June

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Library Technology Reports (vol. 54, no. 4), “Accessibility, Technology, and Librarianship,” Heather Moorefield Lang, Editor

This issue of Library Technology Reports (vol. 54, no. 4), “Accessibility, Technology, and Librarianship,” edited by Heather Moorefield-Lang, looks into the wide definition of accessibility for library patrons, both face-to-face and online, within the area of instruction. This topic is discussed in some depth in schools of library science as well as in faculty development and instructional design. This report will encourage readers to think more critically about the technologies that faculty and staff use to address the needs of all patrons served. This report will also aid in identifying and using new methods for addressing the needs of all patrons through a wide range of modalities (closed-captioning, transcription, sign language, video, text to speech, image to text, etc.).

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Table of Contents

Heather Moorefield-Lang
5-6
Ida Mae Craddock
7-9
Helen Turner, Patrick Lee Lucas
10-16
George Shaw, Jr.
17-22
Robert Browder
23-27
Stacy Brown
28-31
Aisha S. Haynes
32-35
Stacy Hammer
36-38