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Further Reading

Bennett, C., Gleason, C., Scheuerman, M., Bigham, J., Guo, A., & To, A. (2021). “It’s complicated”: Negotiating accessibility and (mis)representation in image descriptions of race, gender, and disability. ACM CHI Virtual Conference, Yokohama, Japan.


Dean, J. (2019). Conscious editing of archival description at UNC-Chapel Hill. Journal of the Society for North Carolina Archivists, 16: 41-55.


Kudlick, C., & Schweik, S. (2014). Collision and collusion: Artists, academics, and activists in dialogue with the University of California and critical disability studies. Disability Studies Quarterly, 34(2).


Conway, M., Oppegaard, B., & Hayes, T. (2020). Audio description: Making useful maps for blind and visually impaired people. Technical Communication, 67(2), 68-85. URL:


Ontario Council of University Libraries. (2015). Report on accessible media (ROAM).


Stolley, K. (2016). Image accessibility, part 1: Beyond alt attributes. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.


Waugh, L., Lyon, C., Shelton, A., Park, K., Hicks, W., & Lindsey, N. (2020). Accessibility in institutional repositories. (Report 1).


Zirkle, K., & Bond, L. (2015). Advanced workflows for closed captioning in higher education. George Mason University.


Zdenek, S. (2021). Sean Zdenek: Soundwriting, visual design, inclusive media, rhetoric.


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