Make your library's online services – website, library catalog, and shared computers – as accessible as your physical library. On average, half of library patrons use their library’s website as their front door. Many of these patrons face challenges online due to aging and diminished abilities. Sitecues is a turnkey solution that can be easily and cost-effectively implemented by any library.
Why Libraries Use Sitecues
- Supports older patrons with low vision and other age-related conditions
- Cost-effective and scalable deployment across all library computers
- Easy to use, with no need to train library staff or patrons
- Promotes digital inclusion of print disabled populations including low literacy and non-native English speakers
- Improves usability of online catalog, website, and all online services
- Reduces legal risk and helps to address Americans with Disabilites Act (ADA) and related state and federal obligations
Article: Improving web accessibility for library patrons (PDF)
(Strategic Library, May 2016)
Case Study: New Jersey State Library (PDF)
Brochure: Sitecues in Libraries (PDF)
Brochure: Implementations of Sitecues in Libraries (PDF)
Video: "Dispelling the top 5 myths of library web accessbility"
(ALA Midwinter, January 2016)