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  1. First Round Winners of Open AIR Announced!

    by Ella Jane

    The first round of judging for Open AIR has come to an end, and the winners were announced on Friday at a  party at Cover 3 in North Austin. Six winners were announced in two categories, Basic and Advanced, based on the nonprofit's requirements for the site and the number...

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  2. Win a ticket to CSUN and support Knowbility!

    by Ella Jane

    CSUN's International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference is an amazing conference in its twenty-eighth year. Knowbility is extremely proud to be associated with the conference - Sharron will deliver four sessions this year! Best of all, we're giving you the opportunity to support Knowbility and win a chance for...

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  3. Year End Wrap Up

    by Ella Jane

    By Sharron Rush, Executive Director As 2012 comes to a close, we at Knowbility hope you have had a good year.  We look back at a year of tremendous progress in the field of accessibility, watching changes that we have anticipated for many years coming to pass. Since 1998, Knowbility...

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  4. Announcing Achievements in Accessibility Awards!

    by Ella Jane

    Rewarding those who lead by example Knowbility is excited to announce, we’re accepting nominations for the first annual Achievements in Accessibility Awards. Achievements in Accessibility will recognize excellence in web and IT accessibility initiatives by business, government, nonprofit, and educational entities. Nominees will be judged according to Knowbility’s Accessibility Internet...

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  5. Accessibility at San Antonio’s Firecat

    by Ella Jane

    Community and Accessible IT in the Alamo City On November 2nd, Susan Price and Debbie Curtis of Firecat Studios http://www.firecatstudio.com/ hosted their “Is Your Website Accessible?” open house and lunch, with guest speaker, Guido D. Corona, Knowbility’s resident flugelhorn player, screen reader user, classical music enthusiast and, oh yes, by...

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