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How Accessible is your Library? Practical Approaches to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)

The Open University Library is hosting a Disability Awareness Day on behalf of SEMLAC (South East Museum Library and Archive Council) and BBi (Beds and Bucks Information), which will cover the FE (Further Education) and HE (Higher Education) perspective, how to make websites accessible and will discuss some of the equipment and software available to help disabled users make the most of library resources.

Speakers include:

  • Margaret Coutts, M25 Accessibilty Group

  • David Crozier, Bradford College

  • Lawrie Phipps, TechDis

  • Phil Satchell, Centre for Assistive Technology (CATER), The Open University.

Attendance is free, but places are limited, so please email by 12th May. A more detailed programme and directions to the venue will be sent when places are confirmed.

For more information about the event please contact either Geraldine Smith or Dawn Holland.

Date: 19 May, 2003
Venue: De Montfort University, Milton Keynes, England
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