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Brunk, Angie

Angie Brunk, MLS, MA (journalism) is an experienced public service librarian and recently completed an MAS in Human Factors and Usability testing (think user experience design) specializing in accessibility. She has taught basic graphic design courses for communications majors and incorporated basic graphic design into her practice as a librarian. Ms. Brunk has published conference proceedings and presentations on various aspects of accessibility and libraries. Her recent presentations include:

A poster and short paper for the Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology
Presentation on accessible and inclusive design for library marketing at Library Marketing and Communications
An article on Accessible and Inclusive Design for the Marketing Library Services newsletter
A book chapter on gamification and accessibility in an anthology published by the Association of College and Research Libraries

Other recent projects include accessibility audits for a library software vendor and a museum. In addition to being born with a visual impairment, she has served on disability services advisory boards at three universities and worked with numerous students with disabilities.

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