ADA Update: Revised Regulations for Disability Accommodations for the PublicDon't forget to sign up for this important FREE webinar. It will be held on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 2:00 pm, Central Time. This webinar will last approximately one hour. Webinars are free of charge and registration is ONLY done on the day of the event on the WebEx server.
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Has your library recently added ebooks, podcasts, or other new electronic resources? Are you planning a renovation? Just finished one? Working to redesign your library website? Is that marmoset really a legally designated service animal?
Some of the newly revised American with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations take effect on March 14, 2011, and more are in the works. Libraries face new challenges and requirements for meeting both the spirit and letter of the law.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will understand the new ADA:
- accommodation requirements for libraries for users with disabilities
- federal regulations that redefine "service animals"
- standards for electronic resources, including websites
- accessible building design
- grievance procedures
Our speaker Mary Minow is an attorney, consultant, and a former librarian and library trustee. She edits the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use site (http://fairuse.stanford.edu/). She teaches digital copyright at San Jose State School of Library Science and at Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science. She is a past President of the California Association of Library Trustees and Commissioners. Minow is the first recipient of the California Library Association's Zoia Horn Intellectual Freedom Award
http://www.cla-net.org/awards/zoia.php , given in 2004. Minow's blog is at blog.librarylaw.com.
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(PUBLIB, February 11, 2011)