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Accessibility

  • AccessISL

DO-IT | University of Washington. “AccessISL.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


  • Autism Webinars

Autism Society of NC. “Autism Webinars.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


Bahram, Sina. “10 Best Practices of Accessible Museum Websites.” American Alliance of Museums (blog), January 7, 2021.


Braden, Caroline. “Welcoming All Visitors: Museums, Accessibility, and Visitors with Disabilities.” University of Michigan: Working Papers in Museum Studies 12 (2016): 15.


  • Color Contrast Checker

Coolors.co. “Color Contrast Checker.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


  • Disability Language Style Guide

National Center on Disability and Journalism. “Disability Language Style Guide,” August 2021.


  • Disability Smart Suite

Business Disability Forum. “Disability Smart Suite.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


  • Accessible Social

Heinrich, Alexa. “Homepage.” Accessible Social. Accessed April 20, 2022.


  • How to Make Museums More Accessible for People with Disabilities?

Inclusive City Maker. “How to Make Museums More Accessible for People with Disabilities?,” June 11, 2021.


  • How to Make Social Media Content Accessible

3Play Media. “How to Make Social Media Content Accessible,” June 18, 2019.


tactilestudio. “Jewish Museum Frankfurt: The Community’s History Becomes Accessible to All.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


  • Plain Language

“Plainlanguage.Gov | Examples.” Accessed January 10, 2022.


Eriksen Translations Inc. “Promoting Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion in Museums,” February 14, 2020.


Access Smithsonian. “Resources for Museum Professionals.” Accessed April 20, 2022.


See Hear Communication Matters. “Zoom Captioning Options.” Google Docs. Accessed April 20, 2022.

The Washington Informer. “Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum: Reaching Out to a Community Behind Bars,” July 5, 2021.

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