Your query led me to look closely at my print copy of Disability & Society
to find its statement about obtaining an accessible version, and to my real
surprise, found none. Am I missing something?
For Disability Studies Quarterly, (www.dsq-sds.org) the importance of
providing fully accessible material, while retaining visual excellence, is
one of the primary principles guiding our editorial direction, with
wide-ranging implications, e.g., using specialized coding to suit the
requirements of screen-reading software, making editorial decisions about
presenting described data-tables and graphics, issuing the same
requirements for advertisers, etc. Nevertheless, and because of that
principle, we welcome hearing from any reader if there are ways that DSQ's
accessibility can be improved. Please check out the site, and then contact
me ([log in to unmask]) or Beth Haller, the other co-Editor
([log in to unmask]) with any suggestions. (Winter 2004 is the current
issue, and Spring is soon to come, both weatherwise and DSQ-wise!)
Corinne Kirchner, Ph.D.
Co-Editor, Disability Studies Quarterly,
Journal of the Society for Disability Studies
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