RNIB guide for museums and galleries

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has produced a new guide in order to help museums and galleries enhance accessibility to blind and partially-sighted visitors.

Shifting Perspectives contains information on how organisations and attractions can adapt services and implement facilities to meet the demands of visually-impaired people. The guidance includes details on how to create an access guide; providing audio-describing exhibits; making information accessible; and providing tactile images and touch tours. Case studies and personal anecdotes are also offered in Shifting Perspective in order to provide examples of how other museums and galleries have implemented measures.

Click this link to visit RNIB's website to learn more about Shifting Perspectives.


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