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Providing Support for Disabled Users

Date/Time
Date(s) - 12/06/2008
1:00 pm

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Making libraries more accessible: providing support for disables users

Venue:
Room G3 (Ground Floor) New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus, Kings College, London Bridge

Map: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/campuses/guys-det.html

Audience: Librarians, managers, frontline and specialist staff.

Aims:
• To provide a forum of discussion on disability;
• To provide examples of good practice in the area of disability support.

Speakers:
• Deb Viney, Disability Advisor at SOAS, “The impact of the Disability Equality Duty on our service to users”

• Richard Gray, freelance disability awareness trainer and academic librarian, “People first: involving disabled/Deaf students in making your service accessible”.
• Jo Taplin-Green (LSE) on the ‘buddy’ system of support at LSE

Cost: £15 for cpd25 institutions, £30 for non-members.
To book please email the administrator, cpd25@wmin.ac.uk or complete the online booking form

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