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Understanding Your Document Accessibility Toolkit

Posted in Document Accessibility by on August 29, 2020

Learn about the tools you can use to make creating accessible documents fast, easy, and affordable (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

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People Don’t Know What They Don’t Know When It Comes to Document Accessibility

Posted in Document Accessibility by on August 17, 2020

When I entered the world of document accessibility in January 2020, I truly had no idea what it meant. Shame on me. Being in the business world for 35 years...

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How to Develop a Campus-Wide Document Accessibility Strategy

Posted in Document Accessibility by on August 13, 2020

Email webinar@abledocs.com with any questions.

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What Is Accessibility, And Why Is It Important?

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on August 12, 2020

Accessibility, in the context of the physical and digital world, revolve around the singular definition of access. People should be able to get where they need to go, read what...

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An Intro to Document Accessibility in Higher Education

Posted in Conferences, Document Accessibility by on August 6, 2020

Find out why document accessibility is so important in Higher Education (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

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What does Human Accessibility and Machine Accessibility Have in Common?

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on August 1, 2020

Document accessibility is getting more and more attention as increased focus is given to the needs of people with sight and reading limitations. A combination of increasing recognition of the...