Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Accessibility in the 'blooking' arena

Cheryl Hagedorn writes an excellent blog about blooks and blooking, which is basically the practice of creating books from blogs. She examines various blooks and the methods used to produce them.

As we all know, I rarely stop talking and sharing, so about a week ago, Cheryl and I began conversing about how I created
Nickie's Nook: Sharing the Journey
and the accessibility of blooks and the processes used to create them. I wanted to share what she posted with you. Below, I'm placing the links to the three posts she created.

I'm impressed with Cheryl, because she's actually taken accessibility to heart and asked the tough questions of other publishers and readers. Thanks Cheryl, you're an advocate!

Check out
An Accessibility Question for you
Accessibility Part 2
Accessibility part 3

Tags: blogs, nickie's nook the book, reading

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