Accessibility Standing Group (ASG)

Documentation

The Accessibility Toolkit

The Accessibility Toolkit provides materials focusing on library needs around accessibility, specifically:

  • Public websites
  • Vendor resource accessibility
  • Vendor assessment, internally and externally
  • Training
  • Best practices
  • Self-assessment tools

PDF and Digital Materials Remediation Checklist

The PDF and Digital Materials Remediation Checklist provides guidelines for creating digital materials such as ILL scans, controlled digital lending, and theses. 

Charge

This group will assist the Diversity and User Experience (DUX) Team in gathering and sharing accessibility policies and practices with the Alliance community.

Background

As the DUX Team moved through the initiative process in 2018-19 accessibility rose to the top as an Alliance focus area. Based on feedback from the Alliance/NWACC joint accessibility survey, there was a clear need for easily accessible resources and training on a variety of aspects of accessibility.

Members

Joanna Bailey

Western Washington Univeristy

Term: July 2022 – June 2023

Emily Cukier

Washington State University

Term: July 2022 – June 2023

Zachary Grant

Chair, DUX Accessibility Standing Group FY23

Clark College

Term: July 2022 – June 2023

Patrick Patterson

University of Oregon

Term: July 2022 – June 2023

Nick Triggs

University of Puget Sound

Term: July 2022 – June 2023

Staff

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Amy Coughenour

Program Manager, Diversity & User Experience, and Consortial Training Coordinator

Orbis Cascade Alliance

Work Phone: (541) 203-0166

Pronouns: she/her