A group of 16, mostly librarians, met in the Archives Reading Room of City College Library on Friday, June 17, 2016. The format of our meeting was an unconference, which means the conversations were driven by the concerns of the participants. I have no doubt that anyone who reads this document will come away with different impressions. The ideas that jumped out at me include learning a lot more about universal design for learning. Be aware that phones can be used in the classroom as assistive technology. Consider doing a usability study of library resources in concert with students with disabilities. Look for collaborators across campus.
LACUNY Accessibility Services Roundtable and Brown, Robin, "Accessibility Services Roundtable Unconference Proceedings 2016" (2016). CUNY Academic Works.