Digital Inclusion Benefits Genealogists of All Abilities

Congratulations to AAGRA member, Rachel Croucher on her recent article “Digital Inclusion Benefits Genealogists of All Abilities” which was published in the September 2021 edition of the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly (APGQ).

Rachel says “My article thus focuses on how digital inclusion benefits genealogists of all abilities, in particular how assistive technology facilitates meaningful workforce participation for people with disability. I explore the impact of digital exclusion on my own professional journey since unexpectedly becoming disabled at the age of 23 nearly 20 years ago, and how the digital inclusion movement and related advances in assistive technology have enabled me to succeed as a genealogist.”

We cannot print the article for copyright reasons, however, members of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) may log in to the APQ website to download a copy www.apgen.org. Non-members can purchase a copy of the article from the Allen County Public Library.

Well done Rachel!

 

(Cover and indexed reproduced with permission).

 

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