Panel of four speakers in front of a projection 'Low cost and creative solutions - Panel Session Topic'

Jodi Awards Panel Session at the Museums Association Conference, 2013


Here are just some of the previous winners of Jodi Awards, with the details of how they have exemplified outstanding accessible design and provision.

Signly @ The Roald Dahl Museum (2017)

National Museums Liverpool House of Memories (2017)

Manchester Museum Digital Touch Replicas and Gallezeum® (2017)

The Sign Language eLibrary of Finland (2015)

Canadian Museum of Human Rights (2015)

The Edinburgh Library Service (2015)

Berlin für Blinde, Germany (2010)

British Museum (2008)

Dedicon and Loket aangepast-lezen, The Netherlands (2009)

Doncaster Library and Information Services (2007)

Essex County Council Libraries (2010)

jodi winners essex inclusive communication

Essex Inclusive Communication web site

Essex Libraries (2011)

Hampshire County Council (2005)

Historic Royal Palaces (2010)

Imperial War Museum Duxford (2009)

Imperial War Museum Duxford (2013)

Leeds Library and Information service (2009)

Library and Information Services, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (2005)

Museum of London (2009)

National Archives (2007)

National Trust (2008)

Outside in Pathways (2008)

Regional Library Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic (2009)

Sally Booth (2009)

Tate Modern (2006)

VocalEyes (2013)

Wakefield Library and Information Service (2006)

Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service (2007)


Bradford Care Trust and Library Partnership Project (2009)

Colchester Museum (2007)

Disability Arts Online (2009)

jodi winners disability arts online screenshot of web page

Disability Arts Online web page

English Heritage (2013)

New York beyond Sight (2010)

Reveal web library catalogue (2005)

Roaring Girl Productions (2013)

Sandwell Arts Trust (2013)

Share the Vision (2011)

Smithsonian Museum of American Art (2010)

Thackray Museum in Leeds (2008)

Tyne and Wear Museums (2005)

Whitney Museum of American Art (2011)

Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service, Wolverhampton Archives and Wolverhampton Local Studies (2006)

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