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  1. E-Book Access for STEM Success

    by Sabra Ewing

    I didn’t walk into math classes worried about whether the homework would be hard or what the tests would be like. Instead, I was anxious about how as a student blind from birth; I would access the book, take tests, and access diagrams. What if I had trouble in the...

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  2. My letter to the FCC regarding waving basic accessibility standards for e-readers

    by John Sweet

    In an effort to share with the accessibility community; below is the letter I sent to the FCC regarding the petition filed by Amazon, Sony, and Cobo to exclude their e-readers from meeting basic accessibility standards. The story I share is true. I think it highlights the dangers that arise...

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  3. Testimonial from Rabbi Raine

    by Knowbility

    AIR AUSTIN TO THE RESCUE If you are a non-profit and you are thinking of joining the Rally and having a team of professional web-designers build your organization an accessible web site let me help you think this through. Yes, there is a fee to enter, but I’ve done the...

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  4. Reserve your spot for OpenAIR

    by Knowbility

    The Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) is a community hackathon with a unique twist – accessibility! OpenAIR increases awareness of the tools and techniques that make the Internet accessible to everyone - including people with disabilities. AIR benefits nonprofit organizations and schools in your community by providing them with professionally designed,...

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  5. Accessibility in the National Day of Civic Hacking

    Participating in the National Day of Civic Hacking The first national Hackathon for Change was held on June 1st and 2nd and was every bit as exciting as I anticipated.  The event had much of the same energy, idealism, and enthusiasm that we see each year in our annual Accessibility...

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