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Serving Patrons with Disabilities

The ILF Intellectual Freedom Committee members offer a series of micro-trainings on various issues to help the library community understand practical applications of the principles of intellectual freedom. 

Learn a quick overview of the range of ways libraries may better serve people with disabilities. 

Kelsey McLane, Goshen College


Date originally offered: 2019.11.26

Upon completion of the online training session, complete the evaluation.













Indiana Library Federation (ILF) offers  professional development options for staff and volunteers in the Indiana library community. Sessions are usually offered live: see calendar. Session length varies with content and level of interactive discussion, which is usually not recorded. When marked with ILF members only, personal members may use login and password. Staff of institutional members may contact the office for access when noted. Library staff are responsible for requesting and keeping records of LEUs/TLEUs/PGPs. ILF seeks to increase the knowledge, skills, and confidence of online learning participants toward its strategic goals for exceptional staff. 

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