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Latest News

Hederis to Receive BISG’s Innovator Award

The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) has announced that this year’s recipient of their Innovator Award will be Hederis, the cloud based book production […]

Inclusive Design 24 #id24: Call For Papers

Inclusive Design 24 (#id24) is a free 24-hour online event for the global community. It celebrates inclusive design and shares knowledge and ideas from analogue […]

A Practical Guide for Using EPUB in K-12 Teaching and Learning

The DAISY Consortium, in collaboration with Benetech and CAST, are pleased to announce the development of a new set of guidance to provide practical […]

Upcoming Events

London Book Fair 2023

April 18, 2023 - April 20, 2023

The London Book Fair always hosts a number of events of interest to our inclusive publishing audience. Of particular interest this year:

  • Accessibility: Charting the Waters. Stacy Scott, Chair of the UK’s Publishers Accessibility Action Group will be chairing this seminar which is free to attend for all those with LBF passes. Other speakers at this event include – Laura Brady, Richard Orme, Simon Mellins and Martin Klopstock – an expert line-up! April 18th, 13.15-14.15, Focus Theatre
  • Amnet’s Inclusion and Accessibility, Are We Nearly There? This discussion panel will address the path to enabling the written word on its transformative journey to accessible digital content, easily available to all without boundaries. DAISY’s Richard Orme will join this esteemed panel. April 18th, 10.15-10.45am

The Nordic Inclusive Publishing Initiative (NIPI) is a Nordic network started by governmental agencies committed to provide accessible books to people with print disability. Their annual conference, Include! is back and promises to be an exciting, with DAISY’s Richard Orme presenting at a number of sessions.

Developing for accessibility requires diligence in executing the design plan to complete objectives through measuring and monitoring processes and checkpoints. Discover the most effective ways to accomplish your design plan through these development strategies brought to you by and GAAD founder, Joe Devon.

The Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities conference brings together interested parties from Australia and New Zealand to discuss information access for children and adults who cannot readily access standard print.

The theme at the event this year is “Universal Information Access: Pathways to an Equitable Future” and will include a mix of keynote and feature speakers, presentations and workshops. DAISY’s Richard Orme will presenting at this event.