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Importance of Universal Design in Libraries

Equal Access: Universal Design of Libraries is a six-page document covering the importance of designing a library for people with a variety of abilities, disabilities, and characteristics. Included is a list of questions that can be asked to ensure that the facility is accessible to everyone.

Equal Access:Unversal Design

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"...Even though I was flunking English because I couldn't spell; in my high school year book under ambitions I had written 'Author'. When I went off to college I ran into a guy at the University of Oregon named Ralph Salisbury who was my first creative writing instructor and he turned all the lights on for me. He was the first teacher in all my years who actually said I had talent. Some people don't know this, but I have dyslexia."

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