Making Archives Accessible for People with Disabilities

This 53 page PDF publication gives information on how to make archives accessible for people with disabilities. An archive should be prepared to meet and deal with a variety of disabilities that may involve restricted abilities for walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, perceiving or understanding, or physical coordination.


Author: Frank H. Serene, posted at the The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration web site.

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