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Introduction
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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)
Is Your Web Site Compliant?
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Web Technologies deal with the entire realm of coding options as well as images, movies, plug-ins, Flash etc.

Universal Design is a concept dealing with designing a website that's accessible to the broadest range of viewers possible.

ADA is the abbreviation for Americans with Disabilities Act.

But first a question to think about... Do you think web design technologies broaden the digital divide? All of us have accessed a website and had conflicts with code, plug-ins or images not loading onto the page. Imagine if you were blind and couldn't see the error message. Think you'd be able to figure out went wrong?

What if you were deaf and someone sent you a sound file?

What if your boss asked you to go online and purchase a printer? What if you were colorblind and when you got to the site, you couldn't read the text?