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Accessible Publishing Summit—A Triumph for NNELS

Inclusive Publishing had the pleasure of attending the Accessible Publishing Summit on the 28th and 29th January in Toronto, possibly one of the snowiest […]

Born Accessible Content Checker from Germany’s Central Library for the Blind

The DAISY Planet has published a useful update on the Born Accessible Content Checker from DZB in Germany. Using the Ace by DAISY accessibility […]

Inclusive Publishing—End of Year Review

It’s been a busy year for Inclusive Publishing and, as we look forward to 2019, Richard Orme, CEO of the DAISY Consortium, reflects on some of this […]

Launching the New Edition of Fundamental Accessibility Tests for Reading Systems

George Kerscher, Chief Innovations Officer at the DAISY Consortium, gives an overview of the newly updated Fundamental Accessibility Tests for Reading Systems, which will launch the […]

Inclusive Publishing Seasonal Survey 2018

As we rapidly approach the end of 2018, it’s the perfect time for us all to reflect on the progress we have made as […]

OZeWAI 2018 Conference Highlights

The OZeWAI 2018 conference, hosted by the ABC in Sydney, has now ended and a great time was had by all. The three-day event […]

The Big 5 US Higher Ed Publishers are Going All-In on Accessibility

I had the pleasure of organizing a session at the 21st Accessing Higher Ground conference in Denver in mid-November—a conference that is attended by […]

World-Leading Book Accessibility Initiative Creating the Dignity to Read

Thirty individuals from more than 20 organizations met last week at Barangaroo for the third forum of the Australian Inclusive Publishing Initiative (AIPI) which […]

The Sound of Silence

One of the most challenging aspects of accessible publishing is understanding how to write immersive image descriptions for visually impaired and print disabled readers. […]

The Journey Towards Dyslexia-Friendly, Digital Publishing

During 2018 Dyslexia Awareness Week, Abi James, Chair of the British Dyslexia Association New Technologies Committee, looks back at how dyslexia-friendly practices have evolved and […]