How to get statistics about your institution’s accessibility needs
In my latest post, I cover general disability statistics, getting stats specific to your institution, and how to use them responsibly.
My favorite quote about accessibility is that it’s a process, not a one-time project. Your library should be continually considering the accessibility of its spaces, services, and website. As you do this work, it may be helpful to know some statistics about disability. These can help you make the case for accessibility work to your administration and prioritize what to work on.
I write monthly posts for LibTech Insights, a blog about technology in academic libraries from Choice, an ACRL/ALA publisher.