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Hi guys, I hope this post finds you all well!  This week’s post is a pretty exciting one – a great opportunity for university and community college professors involved in the field of accessibility, universal design and digital access.  Please check out the information below to learn more about this fantastic opportunity from the National […]

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Hey guys, Today marks the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  This landmark civil rights legislation prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in the public arena.   It’s been a busy and important week so far, but I wanted to bring you some exciting information on Apple’s continuation and further development of accessibility […]

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Hey guys, this week I am going to be chatting about the OrCam MyReader 2 and my initial impression. Well, I was at an accessibility event not so long ago and I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to demo this device. After my demo I had a chance to chat with their sales […]

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Hey guys, I hope this blog post finds you all well!  The latest accessibility offering by Comcast is a really big result in the realms of accessibility and equal access.  I am so impressed with Comcast that a mainstream cable supplier is investing their resources to increase accessibility to their product line.  Specifically, Comcast have […]

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Wow, guys this one slid by me without me noticing this great bit of accessibility news to be honest!  However, I am now super excited to reveal that in-game communication is now subject to US. Accessibility law (effective Jan 2019).  Meaning that in-game voice chat, text messaging and other video messaging has to be accessible […]

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Want to learn more about accessibility?  National Federation of the Blind, thru the Non-visual Accessibility Initiative Grant from the Maryland Department of Disabilities, offers Accessibility Boutiques (What a cool name!!).  These boutiques are workshops that are presented by accessibility experts to help you learn and sharpen your accessibility skills.   Check out the website:  NFB Accessibility […]

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