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Introduction
Definitions
Broadening The Digital Divide
People Affected (1 of 2)
People Affected (2 of 2)
Government Push
Lessons Learned (1 of 10)
Lessons Learned (2 of 10)
Lessons Learned (3 of 10)
Lessons Learned (4 of 10)
Lessons Learned (5 of 10)
Lessons Learned (6 of 10)
Lessons Learned (7 of 10)
Lessons Learned (8 of 10)
Lessons Learned (9 of 10)
Lessons Learned (10 of 10)
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Forms have become commonplace on the Internet. We use them to do on-line banking, purchase items, enroll for distance learning classes, and even when doing a simple search.

When using forms, label all fields. Screen access software can't identify these items.

Allow keyboard navigation and input. On-line forms become inaccessible when designed to prevent this.

Provide a contact name and phone number should the user have problems completing a form. For blind users, offer an e-mail address or a voice/TTY phone number as an alternative.