Programmatic Accessibility Guidelines for National Park Service Interpretive Media

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The Programmatic Accessbility Guidelines for National Park Service Interpretive Media is for media specialists, superintendents, and other National Park Service employees and contractors who develop and approve interpretive media. Publications, exhibits, audiovisual programs and tours, wayside exhibits, signage, and web-based media provide park visitors with information and context so that their experience of visiting national parks can be both safe and meaningful. Park visitors who have physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities have legally established civil rights to receive the same information and context that NPS interpretive media products have always provided to their fellow citizens.

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Year: 
2009
Author: 
Center for Media Services, National Park Service -
Publisher: 
Harpers Ferry Center Accessibility Committee