Amy Wolfe's Digital Accessibility E-portfolio
Amy Wolfe is the Accessibility Librarian at the CUNY Office of Library Services and an Open Educational Resources Developer/Instructional Web Designer at Brooklyn College CUNY. Amy has been a Librarian for 20 years. She holds a BA in History, Women's Studies & African-American Literature and a Masters in Library Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is finishing her 2nd Masters in Digital Humanities at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Amy conducts group workshops and one-on-one trainings for CUNY and freelance outside CUNY, on a wide variety of accessibility topics, WCAG, POUR and accessibility remediation. If you have questions about how to make your digital projects, OER, websites and/or scholarship accessible or would like to schedule a training or workshop please contact Amy.
Created to assist creators, Librarians, faculty, staff & OER developers create accessible content and accessible Open Educational Resources (OER). On this guide you will find information on creating accessible content (word docs, PDFs, images, videos & multimedia), various platforms accessibility issues, evaluating your website and content for accessibility compliance and VPATs (Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates).
Workshop covering accessibility best practices, creating accessible content in Lumen Learning OER CMS, LibGuides CMS (Springshare) and accessible word and pdf documents.