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Accessibility

Denise Through the Looking Glass

Denise is a new reader and temporary wheelchair user who writes about her recent experience attending a college graduation ceremony. She was surprised at some of the accessibility issues she encountered, and is asking how to make accessibility happen. You…
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Williamsburg Trip: Disability Moment #3

William & Mary worked hard to accommodate disabled guests at the actual Commencement ceremonies. The ceremonies were held in William & Mary Hall, in what is normally the basketball arena. This facility, which seats 8,600 to 11,300 people, depending on…
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Contacting Organizations about Inaccessible Websites

Via FWD/Forward, from the W3C comes this resource-rich article about combating inaccessible websites: * Overview * Introduction * Consider your Approach * Identify Key Contacts * Describe the Problem * Sources for More Information * Request Reply * Follow-up as…
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You Can’t Play

Jen from People Aren’t Broken writes about the many ways people and institutions ensure that she (we) is (are) not able to play: [E]xamples include: intersections with crazy traffic patterns and no audible walk indication board games that I can’t…
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