Yesterday was the first day of classes at UF, and the Library's first day back on our usual schedule of being open later during the week, which means I'm back to my usual evenings alone in the Library with the students. Campus has been a bit of a disaster for a week now as students … Continue reading Back to School!
I have been on the Libraries Accessibility Committee since I first started at UF, doing work to make the Libraries more accessible in small ways. I've helped draft policies to make virtual content more accessible for people with hearing impairments and learning disabilities. I am currently working on tools to make our study spaces more … Continue reading Real Campus Accessibility Helps Everyone
UPDATE 1/11/23: Today the NAACP and others filed a motion to stop the memo below, on the grounds of the Federal Judge's November injunction against the enforcement of HB7. It remains to be seen if that will stop the college administrations from compiling and submitting the lists anyway, but it's a good first step. If … Continue reading On “Listmaking” and Witch Hunts