2010 Conference: Update on Round Table guidelines

This update was presented at the 2010 conference of the Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities. You can flip through the slides below or listen to an audio recording of the presentation.

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Slides

Slide 1

Update on Guidelines

Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities

Slide 2

Recent guidelines projects

  • UEB Rulebook
  • Accessible E-text
  • Clear Print
  • DBT Reference Manual
  • Examination Guidelines

Slide 3

Electronic availability

  • Guidelines are developed to share information, build expertise and influence the wider community to make its information more accessible
  • New guidelines will be made available for free download in electronic format
  • Guidelines will be issued under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works license

Slide 4

Training programmes

  • Developing training programmes based on guidelines
  • Possible options:
    • provide materials for self or in-house training
    • provide trained local trainers
    • provide guest trainers

Slide 5

Training materials

  • Could include:
    • Electronic copies of the guidelines
      (other formats available to purchase)
    • PowerPoint synopsis of the guidelines
    • Examples of material that meets the guidelines
    • Template files (e.g. Word clear print template)

Slide 6

What’s next?

  • Regular review of existing guidelines
  • Identifying new guidelines needed
  • Developing training materials
  • Marketing and promoting new guidelines

Slide 7

Questions?

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