Georgia Libraries
for Accessible Statewide Services

2016 Georgia Accessibility Conference

GAC logo - the text Building bridges to accessible services within a stylized bridge

Keynote speaker:
Mark Johnson
Director of Advocacy, Shepherd Center

Sessions on:
♦ BARD app
♦ Service animals
♦ Serving patrons with disabilities
♦ 2015 ideas turned into library programming

Updates on:
♦ NLS/Talking Book & Braille program
♦ PINES/GLASS partnership
♦ Accessibility Toolkits


Lake Blackshear Resort; Cordele, GA


Noon on Monday, March 21, 2016 – noon on Wednesday, March 23, 2016


Past agendas and programs are downloadable in PDF and text only versions. The 2016 agenda and program are in this folder, while you can view the 2015 program and agenda here.


Presentations from GAC 2015 and 2016 are available in PDF here. If you have any difficulty accessing the presentations, please email Stephanie Irvin.

Who should attend:

One person from your library system who is excited about providing accessible library services to those patrons in your community with disabilities. The attendee must be willing to take ideas and resources back to your community to encourage accessible library services for all.

Who pays for what:

GPLS will take care of room and board. Attendees are responsible for getting there and back again.

RSVP Deadline:

GAC 2016 is over. Stay tuned for information about the next conference!