The ARL Joint Task Force on Services to Patrons with Print Disabilities released this report to bring much-needed attention to the challenges of print-disabled individuals who are seeking access to both print and digital library products and services. The report contains recommendations for research libraries to make information accessible to their full range of diverse users equitably. ARL believes that research libraries are poised to provide critical direction—along with academic leadership, IT, and disability services—on the service and technology planning, procurement, and licensing necessary to create a fully accessible information environment.
RLI issue 281 includes:
- Responsible Conduct of Research Training, SPEC Kit 336, Published by ARL
- Membership Meeting 2013 (Spring): Something's Gotta Give! Making Tough Choices on Doing Less with Less
- Webcast for New Roles for New Times: Transforming Liaison Roles in Research Libraries
- New Roles for New Times: ARL Publishes Report on Transforming Liaison Roles in Research Libraries