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The IT and Development subgroup will focus on specific software, hardware, and development practices associated with information organizations. Once a list of technologies associated with specific areas is compiled, they will begin addressing the accessibility concerns of specific entries.
 
The IT and Development subgroup will focus on specific software, hardware, and development practices associated with information organizations. Once a list of technologies associated with specific areas is compiled, they will begin addressing the accessibility concerns of specific entries.
  
== Projects ==
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== Completed Projects ==
 
* [[Accessible Documentation]]
 
* [[Accessible Documentation]]
 
* [[Accessibility Auditing Resources]]
 
* [[Accessibility Auditing Resources]]
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== Members ==
 
== Members ==
 
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== Technologies Currently Being Researched ==
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* Doodle.com
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* Google Docs
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* Google Forms
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* Otter.ai
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* Slack
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* Zotero
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== Future Technologies to Research ==
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* Zendesk (possible way to crowdsource accessibility info)
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* Institutional Repositories (bepress, DSpace, etc.)
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* DAMs (Contentdm, Islandora, etc.)
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* Library Systems
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* Virtual Tours
  
  
  
 
* Back to [[Digital Accessibility Group|main Digital Accessibility Group page]].
 
* Back to [[Digital Accessibility Group|main Digital Accessibility Group page]].

Latest revision as of 09:31, 9 October 2020

The IT and Development subgroup will focus on specific software, hardware, and development practices associated with information organizations. Once a list of technologies associated with specific areas is compiled, they will begin addressing the accessibility concerns of specific entries.

Completed Projects[edit]

Group Organizers[edit]

  • Debbie Krahmer
  • Gabe Galson
  • Hannah Sistrunk

Members[edit]

Technologies Currently Being Researched[edit]

  • Doodle.com
  • Google Docs
  • Google Forms
  • Otter.ai
  • Slack
  • Zotero

Future Technologies to Research[edit]

  • Zendesk (possible way to crowdsource accessibility info)
  • Institutional Repositories (bepress, DSpace, etc.)
  • DAMs (Contentdm, Islandora, etc.)
  • Library Systems
  • Virtual Tours