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  1. Increasing Demand for Mobile Accessibility Testing

    by Ella Jane

    By Guido D. Corona and Jason Hester The 4th survey of world-wide trends in the use of screen reader technology for people with visual disabilities (Screen Reader User Survey #4 Results), published in 2012 by WebAim, has detected a rising rate of adoption of mainstream mobile devices by blind individuals....

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  2. Accessibility News Now

    by Ella Jane

    WIN 8 phones are talking, campus speechifying, Inclusive Design doesn’t have to be bland By Molly Holzschlag Speech Comes to Windows 8 Phones. An exciting feature of the Window 8 phone is that it has a speech platform. This brings a layer of accessibility to the phone that did not...

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  3. ATSTAR on Campus!

    by Ella Jane

    Assistive Tech for students with disabilities at all levels ATSTAR, Knowbility’s online assistive technology course for education professionals, continues to make great strides, entering new college campuses across the US. ATSTAR is currently being used for pre-service and graduate level teaching courses in education programs at Valdosta State University in...

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  4. Knowbility Needs Your Help - Support Knowbility Programs!

    by Ella Jane

    Knowbility is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that depends on your support. Help us continue our valuable programs. You can help by giving generously. All contributions are fully tax deductible and you can designate that your gift support a particular program, if you would like. Your donation will support accessible technology...

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  5. Knowbility Signs Deque Systems as Major Sponsor for Worldwide Accessible Internet Rally (AIR)

    by Ella Jane

    Austin-based nonprofit Knowbility, Inc. has signed on Deque Systems as a major sponsor for Open AIR, the worldwide web design competition benefitting people with disabilities and nonprofit organizations. Open AIR makes web sites accessible to people who are blind, hearing impaired, mobility impaired or who have other disabilities. The best web...

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