- Amy Salmon
- Robin Spinks
- Joseph Polizzotto
This webinar will bring alive the practical experiences of people with print disabilities, exploring how accessible reading works in the real world for people including those with dyslexia, low vision and blindness. What are the essential features enjoyed by students with learning disabilities? How does someone with low vision read an eBook on a smartphone? What strategies are useful to someone who relies on a screen reader as they start out with a textbook? Expect illuminating demonstrations, engaging personal experiences and a fascinating question and answer session.
This webinar is especially relevant for:
- Anyone interested in how accessibility works in practice
- Practitioners and policy makers in publishing
- Educators and people supporting learners with accessibility needs
1500 Universal Time (800 PDT, 1100 EDT, 1500 UTC, 1600 BST, 1700 CEST)
All webinars in this series are recorded and made available on daisy.org the following week.