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  1. What Developers Should Know For A Universally Accessible Internet

    by Divya Mulanjur

    This article was originally published in the September 2015 edition of "NTEN: Change", the quarterly newsletter of NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) and was crafted by the Marketing Team of Knowbility: Jessica Looney, Community Programs Manager; Divya Mulanjur, Marketing & Communications Associate; and Anne Mueller, Community Programs Assistant.</p> [caption id="attachment_1477" align="alignnone" width="1920"] web accessibility icon[/caption]...

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  2. #Vote for @Knowbility to #UpgradeYourWorldUSA

    by Divya Mulanjur

    What is #UpgradeYourWorldUSA? Microsoft is supporting nonprofits who are improving their world. Ten organizations will receive cash investments ($50,000) and technology. And they are asking YOU to vote for your favorite local nonprofit by posting and tweeting. We need YOUR help to win! Here's why and how to help Knowbility....

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  3. Chicago’s Millennium Park, an exemplary commitment to Universal Design

    by Divya Mulanjur

    2015 commemorates the 25th anniversary of the passing of the American’s with Disabilities Act.  In the past 25 years we have seen a slow steady progression: from stop gap measures taken as an afterthought to include persons with disabilities, to the current movement which we have as a community in...

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  4. Disability is Not a Problem; it is Part of Who You Are.

    by Divya Mulanjur

    Article by Patricia Walsh, Principal at Blind Ambition Speaking and USA Para National Olympic-Distance Triathlon Champion  When I was growing up, the future for persons with disabilities did not seem bright to me.  I was coached in the process for applying for SSDI.  I believed to collect social security was my ceiling with regard...

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  5. The Future of Accessible Software: Sharron Rush Interview

    by Divya Mulanjur

    Partners on Employment and Accessible Technology (PEAT) recently interviewed Knowbility's Executive Director, Sharron Rush, on her thoughts regarding the future of accessible technology.  Sharron states that some huge impact has been made by corporations such as Apple putting their best designers on inclusive design.  By designing innovative tools like Siri,...

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