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Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Products     View
Keystroke shortcuts for most of Microsoft's most popular programs: Access, Excel, Outlook, Word, Windows, and Internet Explorer; other tips and tricks; and Windows keyboard guides. Includes accessibility resources such as "alternative keyboard l ...

Information Technology and Disabilities     View
This quarterly refereed journal is intended for educators, librarians, academic computing staff, job accommodations/human relations professionals, and others interested in new technology and its effective use by people with disabilities. From EASI (E ...

Accessible Web Design     View
A brief collection of links to resources "that may be helpful in creating [Web] pages that are accessible to everyone, including those who have disabilities." From the University of Washington.

Universal Design Information Links     View
Onsite material and links to general universal design (UD) principals and guidelines which can be applied to all fields and applications (including, but not limited to, access for disabled persons). From the TRACE Center at the College of Engineering ...

Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)     View
This W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) site provides accessibility guidance for page authors and Web site developers.

Alliance for Technology Access     View
This is an excellent starting point for information on accessible technology. Their annotated list of Vendors is the most complete and up-to-date I've seen. Their pages on Access to the WWW are great for sorting out what adaptive devices and software ...     View
The National Cancer Institute provides information on designing accessible Web sites and user interfaces. "The site comprises original content in addition to links to external Web sites, resources, and articles." Topics include design metho ...

A Primer for Accessible Web Pages     View
Brief, clear guidance for designing Web pages that comply with federal guidelines for accessibility.

Writing for the Web     View
Best practices for this "new and emerging skill." Emphasizes the importance of easily-scanned sentence structure, visual organization of information, and accessibility. The section "Writing for disabled people" addresses learning- ...

Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act: Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards     View
This site has the regulations (issued December 21, 2000) which require the U.S. federal agencies to procure information technology and communications systems that are fully accessible or which can easily be made fully accessible (including Web sites) ...



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