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Accessible Publishing: A Snapshot of Success—Are You in the Picture?

icon of a cameraThis has been a vibrant couple of years for accessibility in publishing, and we look forward to even greater things as Born Accessible publishing becomes part of our mainstream requirement.

Publishers should work on this now, build the necessary elements into their workflows, and reach a more diverse audience. Join the DAISY party!

George Kerscher , Chief Innovations Officer at the DAISY Consortium and Sarah Hilderley from Inclusive Publishing were pleased to publish this article with BISG. In this brief report they look at how far we’ve come as an industry in our challenge of creating born accessible mainstream content and they highlight the various tools that are available to developers and publishers to help with this challenge. The full BISG article is available here.

December 2017 BISG Making Information Pay: Higher Education

December 8th, 2017

Making Information Pay: Higher Education is an extension of BISG’s signature annual event that will focus on the needs and developments in the Higher Education side of publishing. This year’s dual focus will be on education technology and the impact of accessibility initiatives on higher-education content delivery. For registration and program information see http://bisg.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=891617&group=

Date: Friday, December 8th, 2017

Venue: Macmillan Learning, 1 New York Plaza, New York, NY

When: 1pm