Audio Description Created Around the U.S. (and World). For help making this map audible, read this Perkins School for the Blind article.
The U.S. National Park Service has long been committed to improving media accessibility throughout the country and even initiated this UniDescription research project with the University of Hawaii. Without its involvement, none of this work would have been (or would be) possible. To date, more than 100 U.S. NPS sites are more accessible today than they were before the UniDescription Project, through this partnership, including the creation of new Audio Description at:
We want to make every public place more-accessible through Audio Description. Outside of U.S. national parks, we also have created partnerships with a variety of other managers of public resources, including at the Helen Keller National Center for DeafBlind Youths & Adults, The Kennedy Center, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, National Parks UK, and Parks Canada. Some of those descriptions are below:
As a way to build the Audio Description community, we also openly share our research