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7 Things You Should Know About Web Accessibility: #7 – What are the implications for higher education?

May 21st, 2015 by tamuwebmaster

Just as we consider things like usability, security, and SEO, we need to consider accessibility. Accessible websites provide a better experience for everyone and help the University comply with legal mandates for higher education. Colleges and universities can commit to web accessibility through policy, but it also takes an investment in the employees that build websites – professional development to give them the knowledge and skills to do the work.

Commit to Accessibility

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Many organizations are hosting events or providing resources to help people learn more about accessibility issues. Wherever you’re at in your web accessibility knowledge, it’s a great time to learn more.

Thursday, May 21st, 2015 Accessibility
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