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Member Accessibility Policies, Practices, and Findings Wanted

At the EDUCAUSE 2011 Annual Conference in Philadelphia a few weeks ago, EDUCAUSE announced the launch of two new pages in its Resource Center that are intended to serve as places where members can share key information on IT accessibility in higher education. Members are encouraged to submit model policies and practices for meeting the accessibility needs of their campus communities via the Accessibility Policies and Practices page. On the Technology Accessibility Findings page, we would like to present member-generated information and analysis regarding the accessibility of technologies and applications relevant to the higher education environment.

The modest process for submitting materials for either page is detailed on each. However, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at:

jcummings@educause.edu

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