ASPIRE stories

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ASPIREstories is a space for you to tell your accessibility story. Below you will find stories from a range of publishers, vendors and librarians about how telling your accessibility statement is  beneficial to your customers and your company.

 

If you would like to contribute to ASPIREstories, we'd love to hear from you. Contact us at aspire@textboxdigital.com.

ASPIRE stories

The ASPIRE education logo. Click to read the ASPIRe education story.

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ASPIRE

education

STORY

The ASPIRE public sector logo. Click to read the ASPIRE public sector story.

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ASPIRE

public sector

STORY

platform stories

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CAMBRIDGE

CORE

STORY

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EBSCO

STORY

The EBSCO logo. Click to read the EBSCO story.
ThThe VitalSource logo. Click to read the VitalSource story.

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VITALSOURCE

STORY

The BibliU logo. Click to read the BibliU story.

 

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BIBLIU

STORY

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KORTEXT

STORY

The ProQuest logo. Click to read the ProQuest story.

 

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ProQuest

STORY

publisher stories

The Intellect logo. Click to read the Intellect story.

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INTELLECT

BOOKS

STORY

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TAYLOR &

FRANCIS

STORY

library stories

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SUPPORT

STORY

The City Univeristy logo. Click to read the SupportStory.

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DISCOVERY

STORY

The University of East London logo. Click to read the Discoverability story.
The University of Kent logo. Click to read the Discoverabilitystory.

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MISSING INFORMATION

STORY

The ASPIRE logo. Click to read the Missing Information story.

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STUDENT PERSPECTIVE

STORY

The University of Sussex logo. Click to read the student perspective story.

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LEEDS BECKETT

STORY

The Leeds Becket University logo. Click to read the Leeds Beckettstory.

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BIRKBECK

STORY

The Birkbeck University logo. Click to read the Birkbeck story.
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We use the ASPIRE scorings when comparing platforms and providers as part of our resource evaluations for retention and renewal. Having one centralised place to check accessibility information saves time within an institution and across the sector and provides a level of confidence as to the consistency of the evaluation and scoring.

Julie Cleverley | Leeds Beckett University

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