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Case study exercise for 2009 LITA National Forum preconference session, "Accessibility Update: Section 508 and WCAG in a Library 2.0 World"

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    • Accessibility Update: Section 508 and WCAG in a Library 2.0 World Case Study Exercise
      Nina McHale
      LITA National Forum
      October 1-2, 2009
    • Case 1: Library Tutorial
      Home-grown CQ Researcher Tutorial
      Created with Captivate
      URL: http://library.auraria.edu/~ksobel/tutorials/cqresearcher/index.html
    • Case 2: Skyline Catalog
      Auraria Library’s catalog
      Vendor: Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
      Includes local customizations made by Web Librarian
      http://skyline.cudenver.edu
    • Case 3: Academic Search Premier
      “Advanced Search” screen
      Vendor: EBSCO
      URLs vary by institutional subscription
      EBSCO’s accessibility statement:
      http://www.ebscohost.com/thisTopic.php?topicID=844&marketID=1
    • Case 4: Twitter
      Twitter home page
      URL: twitter.com
      Of note: www.accessibletwitter.com (in alpha)
    • Case Study 5: University of Michigan Libraries Home Page
      URL: http://www.lib.umich.edu/
      Newly launched Drupal site
    • Case 6: LibGuides
      Auraria Library subject guide home page
      Uses LibGuides CMS
      Vendor: SpringShare
      URL: guides.auraria.edu/subject/
    • Case 7: Academic OneFile
      “Power Search” screen
      Vendor: Gale Cengage
      URL varies by institutional subscription
      Gale Cengage’s accessibility statement
    • Case 8: Facebook
      facebook.com
      Facebook’s accessibility statement
    • Case 9: Library of Congress
      LOC home page
      www.loc.gov
    • Case 10: Library Blog
      AurariaLibrary FYI news blog
      Google’s Blogger platform
      URL: aurarialibraryfyi.blogspot.com
    • Case 11: World Cat Local
      WorldCat at Auraria
      Vendor: OCLC
      aurarialibrary.worldcat.org
    • Case 12: Delicious
      Delicious home page
      delicious.com
      Discussion thread