Ken is the Director of The Ohio State University Web Accessibility Center. He consults with IT, performs web site and application evaluations, and gives workshops to help make OSU online resources more accessible to people with disabilities.
Recently, he has been doing research and work on e-book accessibility within university central IT to ensure adoption of e-textbook platforms meets the needs of all users, regardless of ability. He is the author of “Accessibility Issues in E-Books and E-Book Readers” (No Shelf Required 2, 2012).
Presenter for the Following Session
- Workshop #2: State of the eReader
This featured workshop will focus on the legal, ethical, and technical aspects of eReaders. The goal is to give librarians and library staff the broad info they need to help patrons access and manage mobile digital content. Discussion will include examples of effective eReader use in a variety of libraries and tips on creating accessible eBook and eReader collections. (Additional registration fee.)