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Make Your Library Inclusive & Accessible

Project Enable training gives you the knowledge and tools for creating a library that accommodates the needs of all students.


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Targeting Autism for Libraries

We've launched our new Project Enable training module on library services and resources for students with autism!



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for librarians to learn how to design effective library services and programs for students of all abilities.


What's New

Happy New Year to all of our Project ENABLE visitors and users! We are looking forward to a number of wonderful additions to our website in the coming months. You may have noticed that we now have a blog (link is at the top of this page) and we are delighted to have a series of guest bloggers who are adding a variety of different perspectives and ideas about services to people with disabilities, including a very interesting and thought-provoking blog written by William Myhill, J.D. who served as co-director of Project ENABLE for eight years.






SHARING IDEAS for librarians, by librarians

their ideas, resources and experiences to help you discover what works best for your library



Monthly Blog

Identity First Versus Person First Language: The Other Side by: Guest Blogger: Remy Biggs, Library & Information Science Student, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University & Project Assistant, Project ENABLE
The two main ways of describing disability and individuals with…

Monthly Blog

The ENABLEd Librarian by: Dr. Ruth Small, Director, Project ENABLE
Project ENABLE's Treasure Trove of Resources Have you searched Project's…

Monthly Blog

The ENABLED Librarian: April/May 2018 by: Dr. Ruth V. Small, Ph.D., Director, Project ENABLE
Let's start this blog post with some questions. Do you…

About Project ENABLE

Project ENABLE, funded by grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, provides free, foundational training, designed specifically for public, academic or school librarians worldwide, to help them gain the knowledge and skills needed to create inclusive and accessible libraries that meet the needs of all students. Teachers, administrators, and parents are also welcome to use the site to learn, review or update their learning in this area.

This unique training site allows librarians to designate their library type and location (state) on their registration form and receive content that is tailored just for them.

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Syracuse University
Center for Digital Literacy
Burton Blatt Institute
Institute of Museum and Library Services