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In 25 years, we have accomplished so much with YOUR help and participation. As tech evolves, so do the needs for awareness and action to ensure digital equity. Sign on to help us raise needed funds to improve and sustain our award winning programs. Thank you!
Knowbility’s mission is to ensure equal access to technology for people with disabilities.
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Knowbility maintains a library of courses to help you gain or sharpen your accessibility skills whatever your role.
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Equal Access to Technology for People with Disabilities
Knowbility is a nonprofit organization with the mission of creating an inclusive digital world for people with disabilities. This critical work improves technology access for millions of youth and adults with disabilities all over the world. Our programs reflect our core values and the strong belief that accessible technology is a key to providing equal access to educational, employment, and social opportunities for people with disabilities.
Whether you want to learn about accessibility, participate in the community, or get help from our experts; Knowbility has the experience you need. As a worldwide leader in accessible information technology since 1998, we’ve worked with hundreds of business, education, government, and nonprofit organizations to train staff, implement effective accessibility strategies, and monitor long-term goals to reach millions of users.