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  1. Swinging Through the Accessibility Tree Like a Ring-Tailed Lemur: A Deep Dive into Accessibility APIs, Part 1

    by Neill Hadder

    While preparing a fantastic new Knowbility course on coding for screen reader accessibility, I decided to double-check some of the finer details about how assistive technology actually gets hold of information from web pages. This process quickly took me down a rabbit hole …

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  2. Be A Digital Ally: Styles and Style Guides

    by Adam Cord

    Jay McKay: Good evening, everyone. Welcome to Be A Digital Ally. Today, this month for November, we're going to be doing styles and style guides. Welcome. Welcome. We have some slides available for you if you are interested. I'm going to go ahead and put those in the chat again …

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  3. What's New in WCAG 2.2?

    by Melissa Green

    The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is finalizing the latest version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.2 (WCAG 2.2) extends WCAG's layers of guidance by adding new success criteria focused …

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  4. Toolkit Tuesdays: Making STEM More Accessible

    by Jessica McKay

    Jay McKay: Now we're ready. Hello. Welcome to Knowbility's Toolkit Tuesday. We're really excited today. We are going to talk about how to make STEM more accessible for students, students with disability, students of all ages. We are thrilled to have our speaker here today, so …

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  5. Why We Celebrate Blue Beanie Day - and How You Can Too

    by Sharron Rush

    Web standards are key to accessibility Knowbility was formed in 1999 with the purpose of ensuring that disabled people have equal access to technology opportunities. We were founded with web accessibility as our focus. As the Internet has expanded, so has our mission. We now …

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