Hal Hinderliter Shares Research on 'Accessible Publishing'
In the January 2022 article of the Graphic Communication Advisors Group (GCAG), Dr. Hal Hinderliter shares research in an article entitled: Accessible Publishing: A Valued Skill for Graphic Communicators.
The article covers transformations in light of modernizations of content creators such as design studios and service providers such as printing companies. It includes changes occurring in non-print services such as websites and email campaigns, and in other interactive media. The article also covers accessibility of services for going from print-to-digital for media, accessible formats, and meeting company expanding needs and capabilities.
Harvey Levenson, Cal Poly Professor Emeritus and coordinator of the GCAG, said: “Hal’s article provides value for our industry’s long-range planning considerations, and could drive decisions on growth for companies of all sizes.”
Hinderliter’s article kicks off the 2022 GCAG (https://hrlevenson.wixsite.com/gcag) series. The full article is available at:
Dr. Hal Hinderliter is an instructor in the department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment at Northern Illinois University. After more than twenty years of courseware development and consulting for the printing and publishing industries, Hal Hinderliter returned to academia to earn his Ph.D. in Instructional Technology with a focus on accessibility and online learning. Hal has taught classes focused on digital literacy and software skills, spoken at academic conferences on topics including multimedia learning, accessibility, and e-books, and has conducted research into technology adoption, online presentation styles, and distance education. He has participated in the development of multiple online classes at NIU, and his lesson plans on EPUB creation were selected for inclusion in the Digital Library Federation’s DLFteach Toolkit. Hal is an active researcher, with new titles currently in press.
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