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  1. Knowbility, AIR and September 11, 2001

    Our local NPR station, the daily paper and countless other media spigots are asking for remembrances of 9/11.   As my mind goes back to that day and I allow the political to fall away, what I remember is the Accessibility Internet Rally for Austin (AIR-Austin). At that time AIR was...

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  2. Nose to the Page (3) – Tools for Access to Reading

    by Wayne Dick

    Note: If you have trouble with this blog format try reading this at my site: Tools for Access to Reading. Tools for Access to Reading My last blog, "Myths About Low Vision" seems to have caused more confusion than clarity.  Developers, being practical people, wanted to know what to do. I...

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  3. Nose to the Page (2)

    by Wayne Dick

    Myths About Low Vision Most people lump blindness and visual impairment into one group. This is a mistake that does serious harm to many people who have low vision but are not blind. Well meaning people cite accommodations for people who are blind as examples of things that work for...

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  4. While I was teaching... Nose to the Page (1)

    by Wayne Dick

    I recently had a remarkable teaching experience. I was teaching on typographic accommodations that support visual readers with low vision. I had explained how there are more than 20  common ways to get low vision and these can attack about 15 systems in the eye and brain. This means that...

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  5. Are you a veteran of Knowbility's AIR force?

    Accessibility in web education This spring has been tremendously busy and just as exciting.  Developers and IT program managers are thinking about accessibility more urgently and are seeking ways to integrate accessibility skills into the education of developers of information and communications technologies. The month of March was a blur...

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