Websites Accessibility

Campus Technology is a higher education technology magazine that provides updated information about advanced networking for the campus enterprise. In the November issue they talk about website accessibility and how universities are missing the mark. Take a look:

Making university websites and course content accessible may be the law, but many institutions have a long way to go toward compliance. CT looks at three key elements of a more proactive approach to accessibility on campus.

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