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Sometimes, MDTAP is asked, “What are the guidelines for making websites accessible?” The “official” guidelines for Maryland websites can be found in two regulations – the Maryland Information Technology Nonvisual Access Regulations, or IT NVA, (COMAR and the federal Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (36 CFR 1194.22.). Maryland Nonvisual Access Policy applies to organizations that receive […]

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October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. As many of us know, employment is a hot topic these days. Whether the concern is about the state of the economic climate for college graduates, available jobs for working class families or seniors reaching retirement age, the concerns abound. And there is no greater community effected by the […]

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On September 19, MD TAP and the National Federation of the Blind presented the Web Accessibility Training Day conference, with support from the Maryland State Department of Information Technology. The conference focused on the technical and legal aspects of making websites accessible. Website accessibility means making sure websites can be accessed by persons with disabilities, […]

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