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The DLF Digital Accessibility Working Group (DAWG) exists to explore issues related to ensuring that the digital resources within information organizations meet the needs of disabled users and staff.
Focuses on specific functional areas within information organizations. See our wiki.
Focuses on specific software, hardware, and development practices associated with information organizations. See our wiki.
Focuses on providing resources, tools, and skills necessary for librarians, archivists, records managers, and other GLAM professionals to advocate for, as well as support accessibility within their organizations. See our wiki.
DAWG meets on monthly on the first Wednesday – Check group communications or the DLF Community Calendar for the most up-to-date schedule
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