Chapter 2: Information Access for People with Disabilities

Barbara T. Mates


Special-needs populations are growing. They include patrons who are visually impaired or blind; physically or developmentally disabled; or for whom English is a second language. Mates rethinks the ways we provide information access to accommodate these groups.

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