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Thursday, May 5 • 10:45 - 12:00
Unlimited Access: Library Service with NNELS LIMITED

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Know any readers who need to read books in formats other than print? About 10% of Canadians have a visual, mobility, or cognitive impairment that prevents them from being able to read print-books. The National Network for Equitable Library Services (NNELS) is a public library service available in Manitoba that offers public library patrons with a print disability books in formats they can read. In this session, we'll show you how to access those formats using a few different pieces of technology that make information more accessible. We'll also offer tips on what NNELS users are looking for from libraries, where to find treasures in the NNELS collection, and how to market accessible library service in your community. You’ll also learn how to get new users started with a variety of electronic devices including computers, DAISY players, iPads, and Android devices.

Speakers
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Leslie Corbay

Leslie Corbay is a Library Accessibility Consultant with the province of Manitoba. He works closely with libraries, community members and provincial and territorial partners to support all aspects of the NNELS network and service delivery.
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Sabina Iseli-Otto

Sabina Iseli-Otto works for NNELS and helps public libraries in 8 provinces and territories share books in accessible formats with the readers who need them. She lives in rural Alberta. 
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Doris Koop

Doris Koop is the Executive Director of Vision Impaired Resource Network (VIRN). She is a long-time advocate for inclusive access to library services. She lives in Winnipeg.


Thursday May 5, 2016 10:45 - 12:00
St. Vital
  • Host Organization MLA

Attendees (10)