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CUDA is an official research, training, and testing center on the campus of CSU, Long Beach.  Its purpose is to evaluate... see more

This is a download page for the A21 Glossary – a tool that converts all abbreviations and acronyms in the special tags... see more

KDE is an international team cooperating on development and distribution of Free, Open Source Software for desktop and... see more

This is the Homepage for accessibil-IT, an Oakville, Ontario based organization built to meet the unique accessibility... see more

This is a glossary of accessibility terms and expressions from NETMechanic.  

This is a glossary of accessibility terms and expressions from Usability.gov.  

This Microsoft Accessibility page offers links to accessibility guides for both business and government organizations.... see more

Accessible Digital Office Document (ADOD) Project website designed to help authors create accessible office documents and... see more

This is a glossary of accessibility terms and expressions from San Jose State University.  

These tutorials introduce you to accessibility features and options in Microsoft Windows, Office, and Internet Explorer.... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

The Accessible Web Design site offers information about and from Joe Dolson, a freelance web developer and consultant... see more

Achecker® is an open source Web accessibility evaluation tool.  It can be used to review the accessibility of Web pages... see more

This rubric, Rubric VIII: Assurance of Accessibility Standards, comes from Achieve’s larger and more general document,... see more

This tutorial, from the Colorado State University, covers why alt text should be added to particular images, how to... see more

This tutorial from Colorado State University is about adding “alt text” to images to provide a textual alternative to... see more

This article explains the assistive technologies that come with every Mac to help students with special needs to get... see more

This World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) webpage provides all its ARIAtechniques for... see more

This article provides guidance on making OER content and eBooks more accessible to disabled and special needs learners by... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

Information intended to help authors create documents that will be accessible to users of assistive technology such as... see more

Bookshare® is an online library of digital books for people with print disabilities.  It operates under an exception to... see more

Examples on how accessibility relates to eBooks and OER content from Kathi Fletcher’s Blog, Thursday, May 23, 2013.... see more