Our vision is to provide professional development to library professionals from all types of libraries in order to build capacity for providing equitable access and services to patrons with disabilities, an underserved population.
You can access Project ENABLE training at any time without registering. However, if you wish to access your assessment and test scores, notes, and other information you have stored during the training, or if you are part of a group or class taking the training, you must register.
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Webinar : Programming for Adults with Developmental Disabilities: Why and How
Programming for Adults with Developmental Disabilities: Why and How
May 21, 2020, Pacific - 10 AM, Mountain - 11 AM, Central - 12 PM, Eastern - 1 PM
PE News The first edition of our semi-annual newsletter, PE News, has been published and can be found in our Resource database under the format, Document. In it, you will find all kinds of interesting articles such as impact stories by librarians, sound expert advice from our advisors, updates on what’s new on the website, information about current issues in the field, and information about exciting new and existing resources in our Resource Database.
Our congratulations to Tina Dolcetti, children’s librarian at the Moosejaw Public Librarian, Saskatchewan, Canada and current Project ENABLE Advisory Committee member, has been awarded the 2019 TD Summer Reading Club Accessibility Award on behalf of her library. The annual award was established by the Centre for Equitable Library Access, Canada’s most comprehensive accessible reading service, to promote excellence in accessible programming, and to celebrate the creativity of library staff who engage children with print disabilities in their TD Summer Reading Club.