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Free Web Conference on Maximising Accessibility in Academic and Public Libraries

"This EASI Web conference presentation will offer a holistic approach to creating accessible libraries of all types. The initial (free) workshop will present the topics in brief and lead to a discussion with potential participants in the program. This initial overview will be followed by four fee-based workshops which will continue in depth on the topics during the month of June."

Although the webcasts and conferences will be run according to various American Time Zones, links to the recordings will also be made available for those who are unable to attend.

Date: 21 April, 2005
Venue: Internet
Event website: http://easi.cc/clinic.htm
Contact email: nrcgsh@rit.edu

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