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Sunday 11th April, 2010

blue sketch of a wheelchair with streaks to show it's going fast

Thinking of producing an access guide? It can be hard to find good examples of access guides so how about an international site dedicated to the science and museum sector that has a best practice example page with links to great content on lots of different sites (although I think they are mainly US sites).

http://www.astc.org/resource/access/guidexc.htm#guide

Quite often, access guides are strong in some areas and weak in others, so this helps by showing clearly what’s good about each link.

Do watch out for language tho’ – the USA uses some different preferred terminology to us!

Whilst we are in the US, why not also have a look at the tipsheets developed based on years of discussion at LEAD (Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability). This can now be found posted at:

www.kennedy-center.org/accessibility/education/lead/resources.html