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Digital Accessibility Toolkit for State and District Education Leaders Accessibility of websites and other digital technologies have seen increased attention this year from the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights when it comes to state departments of education and school districts. eSchool News published a recent article about a Digital Accessibility Toolkit for state […]

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Are Your Online Documents Accessible to Persons with Disabilities? Electronic documents are a vital part of modern business. Are yours accessible to your clients and employees with disabilities? Join SSB Bart Group for a free webinar on Wednesday, December 7th presented by SSB BART Group CEO Tim Springer and OpenText Vice President Steve Jones: Don’t […]

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Apple Announces New Accessibility Website On October 27, Apple used the announcement of the new MacBook Pros to debut a new accessibility website highlighting various built-in options on the company’s devices.  The website demonstrates how people are applying these features in their lives.  For more information, visit: http://www.apple.com/accessibility/ipad/.

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NCD Releases Progress Report on ICT and AT On October 7, the National Disability Council (NDC) hosted a briefing to discuss their recently released 2016 Report, “National Disability Policy: A Progress Report.”  The panelists were:  Phil Gilbert, IBM Design General Manager; Dean Halstead, Director, Federal Cloud, Collaboration and Accessibility, Microsoft; Finn Gardener, Boston Community Coordinator, […]

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The NFB Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Access (CENA) to Education, Public Information, and Commerce, with support from the Maryland Department on Disability through a Non-Visual Access Initiative Grant, is pleased to offer the following Accessibility Boutiques (introductions to accessibility) free of charge and open to the public. The boutiques are held in person at […]

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Interested in learning more about Google accessibility? The American Foundation for the Blind and Google are joining forces to co-host a 3-day Train the Trainer workshop from December 6 through 8 at the AFB Center on Vision Loss in Dallas, Texas. This hands-on workshop will be primarily focused on exploring the accessibility features and functionalities […]

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