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Category: Alliance Blog

Beyond the Label: Strategies for effective interactive media

Category: Museum Magazine
This article originally appeared in the July/August 2015 edition of Museum magazine. Creating digital interactive experiences in museums can be costly and time-consuming. Given the …

10 Best Practices of Accessible Museum Websites

Category: Alliance Blog
This article explores ten high-impact areas you should consider to enhance your website’s accessibility and bring it into conformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), …

Future of Accessibility

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
Why is accessibility a futurist issue? Because, trends being what they are, we face a future in which a growing proportion of American society will have accessibility challenges. For …

Accessible Communications Guidelines

Category: Accessibility
Advisors: Alex Ying Chen, Bojana Coklyat, Sky Cubacub, Dawn Koceja, and Emmanuel Von Schack Download a PDF version of this guide. Introduction Over sixty million adults in the United …

Forecasting the Future of Accessibility in Museums

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
I am getting ready for a presentation at the Leadership and Excellence in Accessible Design (LEAD) conference to be held at the Kennedy Center later this month. The presentation will ask …

Different by Design: A New, Inclusive Framework for Accessible Museum Exhibitions

Category: Alliance Blog
In January 2020, I authored a post for the Alliance Blog about speechless: different by design, an exhibition that I curated for the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) and the High Museum of Art in …

How to Access and Update Your Online Peer Reviewer Profile

 Go to Log in. Every reviewer already has a username and password. If you forgot your username or password, use the links on the …

Improving Access to Employment for People with Disabilities

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
The museum sector is working to increase the diversity of our workforce through a variety of ways: for example, how we craft position requirements, word job announcements, and conduct …

Forecasting the Future of Accessibility: Please Touch or Don’t Touch?

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog
I wish I could preview my Inbox from 2036. How come Outlook doesn’t have an option for that? As a member of AAM’s staff Ethics Taskforce, I help answer plaintive, irate, indignant and …

Museum Accessibility: An Art and a Science

Category: Alliance Blog
Over the past decade, conversations about accessibility have increased within the museum field, and many organizations including AAM have identified it as a priority. There is not, however, …

4 Ideas to Create Linguistic Accessibility at Museums

Category: Alliance Blog
Though the word “accessibility” has often been equated with giving access to those with disabilities, it can also mean something broader. Accessibility means looking at everything we create …

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