What if three major repositories of digital texts could work together with libraries, disability services offices, and university presses, to make it much, much easier to do the right thing for all our students AND comply with civil rights laws?

I’m really thrilled to have a role to play in a new project that will test the possibilities for just such an arrangement, with UVA building a bridge between all these constituents to make accessible texts much more discoverable and reusable, saving disability services offices time, and bringing all students closer to parity in access to instructional material.

Read more at the UVA Library News site: “Federating Repositories of Accessible Materials for Higher Education” awarded a $1,000,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation