Accessibility in the News—07/16/16 In this issue of Accessibility in the News (AITN), higher education institutions mull over accessible online learning. informing web accessibility standards while also advocating for embracing a broader range of online course dynamics. Meanwhile, the Bank of England is introducing accessible, tactile bank notes for those with visual impairments—adding to other initiatives enabling accessible banking. To receive Accessibility in the News via email, send a subscription request to email@example.com.[…]READ MORE about Higher Ed Informs Accessible Online Learning, England Plans Tactile Currency
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Accessibility in the News—06/16/16 Does the Americans with Disabilities Act apply to websites? This issue of Accessibility in the News (AITN) provides an example of how inaccessible websites can be subject to litigation. Many are saying that accessibility mandates that apply to brick and mortar stores also apply to retail websites, like the one for this clothing chain. To receive Accessibility in the News via email, send a subscription request to firstname.lastname@example.org.[…]READ MORE about Hugo Boss Website Alleged to Violate Americans with Disabilities Act