The following are listservs and online periodicals for librarians concerned with disability issues. If you have any additions or changes, please send e-mail to email@example.com
An online mailing list that focuses on adaptive technology and libraries. To subscribe, send a message with a blank subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body of the message type: subscribe adapt-l [first name] [last name]
A forum for library educators who teach about the ADA and library services for people with disabilities. To join, send a message with a blank subject line to email@example.com and in the body of the message type: subscribe dislised [first name] [last name]
A listserv for librarians and other information specialists with disabilities, students with disabilities in LIS programs, and others who are interested. The goal is to provide for information exchange and mentoring regarding resources, accommodations, rights, responsibilities, expectations, and opportunities. To subscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org In the body of the message, type: subscribe dislisem [first name] [last name]
Information Technology and Disabilities
An online journal relating to new technologies for computer users with disabilities. Visit the EASI web site for subscription information and back issues.
A discussion group for librarians in the national network of libraries for the blind and physically handicapped (LBPH). To join, send a message with a blank subject line to email@example.com and in the body of the message type: subscribe lbph
LIBRARY ADA/504 COORDINATOR
A monthly online newsletter which offers indepth information about resolving ADA/504 compliance issues in library settings. An annual subscription costs $137 from White Buffalo Press, 5306 King George, San Antonio, TX 78229; tel. 210-614-1395; fax 210-614-1396; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor’s note: this information was last verified in 1999; we are not certain if this publication is still available.
This listserv about public libraries and learning disabilities is part of the American Library Association’s Roads to Learning project. To join, send a message with a blank subject line to email@example.com and in the body of the message type: subscribe plld-l [first name] [last name]