Jane Vincent

Jane Vincent holds a Master of Arts in Library Science degree from the University of Michigan. For the last fourteen years she has worked for the Center for Accessible Technology, providing consultation to libraries on assistive technology acquisition and use throughout California, as well as evaluating website accessibility for businesses and organizations and performing assistive technology evaluations for individuals. She serves as stakeholder manager for libraries and public access points for Raising the Floor, an international initiative that is working on breakthrough strategies in assistive technology provision. She as presented at ALA, PLA, and California Library conferences as well as at multiple conferences on assistive technology, aging, and usability. Her writings have been published in Library Hi-Tech News, JASIS, Communication Disorders Quarterly, and MacWorld.

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