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Disabilities: Project ENABLE

Presentation on Project ENABLE

I serve on the Project ENABLE Advisory Board. We are currently partnering with Infopeople on our current grant from IMLS, awarded in 2019, to develop new and additional training that includes online courses, webinars and discussions, and a section on this website called “Train the Trainer,” still in development. This section provides workshop and course outlines, related support materials, such as video interviews, pathfinders, and PowerPoints, and a set of guidelines for using them to design customized, in-house disabilities training. 

I presented on Project ENABLE at the Fall 2020 KLA Conference. You may view my presentation on the link to YouTube above.

Project ENABLE

Project ENABLE (Expanding Nondiscriminatory Access By Librarians Everywhere) 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. 

Project ENABLE offers comprehensive training for librarians to learn how to design effective library services and programs for students of all abilities.

There are 6 Training Modules, with the 6th Module being specifically geared towards Autism Spectrum Disorder. Create your Free Account to access these tools!

Project ENABLE Pathfinders