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Create EPUB Publications from Word with a Simple Tool Anyone Can Use (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars April 15th saw a session focused on the WordToEPUB tool recently developed by The DAISY Consortium. WordToEPUB […]

Publishers Faceoff to Prove the Accessibility of their Titles (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars April 8th saw a session comparing the accessibility of EPUB titles produced by a range of education […]

Helping Higher Ed Students with Access to Accessible Course Material During the COVID-19 Crisis (W)

The DAISY Consortium has launched a series of free weekly webinars in response to the many challenges presented by the Covid-19 crisis and to […]

Inclusive Publishing Seasonal Survey 2020 Reveals Promising Trends

Our annual survey, looking at accessibility within the publishing industry, has, this year, revealed a very promising trend towards awareness building and born accessible […]

Aspirational Thinking: Creating ASPIRE

The ASPIRE (Accessible Statements Promoting Improved Reading Experience) project was launched in 2018 as a crowdsourced project to evaluate the quality of accessibility statements […]

Journey to Accessibility: A Case Study from Sydney University Press

Sydney University Press is a not-for-profit, scholarly publisher of research-based books in several areas across the humanities and social sciences including animal studies, archaeology, […]

Inheritance Tax: The Real Cost of not Making Content Accessible

At last year’s London Book Fair, I was invited to speak at the Publishers Association Accessibility Action Group’s annual seminar. My aim was to […]

City of Windsor, Ontario, chooses Inclusive Docs for Document Accessibility

Citizens with disabilities in Windsor, Ontario will soon be able to access important online information such as bus schedules and calendars for recycling and […]

Inclusive Publishing 2019 Review

It’s been a busy year for Inclusive Publishing and, as we look forward to 2020, Richard Orme, CEO of the DAISY Consortium, reflects on some […]

Reflections from Accessing Higher Ground 2019

As we reflect on the Accessing Higher Ground Conference and look ahead to the new year, it’s clear that higher ed will continue to […]