accessibility


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  • noun

Synonyms for accessibility

Synonyms for accessibility

the quality of being at hand when needed

the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with

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Accessibility Awareness Month was developed by the COD to create awareness and education surrounding the importance of accessibility for the disabled, whether physically seen or unseen, such as hearing, emotional and other less noticeable illnesses or conditions.
While there is no direct answer to that question, one of two main guidelines is referenced in most settlements: Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.
Incorporated in Tucson, Arizona in 2005, AudioEye focuses on working to improve the mobility, usability and accessibility of all Internet-based content through the development, sale, licensing and use of its proprietary accessibility technologies.
Web accessibility might not sound as "sexy" as social media or mobile apps, but it will become a hot topic in the coming months for colleges and universities.
There is the The John Slatin Fund Accessibility Project (http://www.
For equipment and renovations to improve accessibility of the Tehkummah Community Hall, enabling it to better respond to the needs of people with mobility difficulties and increasing its use for community activities and events.
In this research we use geographic information systems (GIS) and 1990 and 2000 spatial data and examine spatial variation and temporal changes in inequality of job accessibility with the following two questions.
The district also agreed to spend up to $20 million on immediate renovations requested by principals in order to provide handicapped accessibility such as accessible drinking fountains or a ramp to the school auditorium stage.
Universal design and accessibility on the Web are essential for educational institutions and information providers as we all strive to bring our sites into compliance with Section 508 guidelines," said Gretchen Gfeller, Web and public relations specialist for the Fogler Library, University of Maine.
Accessibility requirements apply as well to Web-linked products and services purchased by the government, such as Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver (www.
Speakers included accessibility experts, IT developers, research and standards experts, representatives from accessibility centers, and federal and state agencies.
Project architect Rebecca Lewis, who headed a team consisting of Randy Wagner, principal architect, and Greg Schendel, project manager, regards the project's total accessibility as its outstanding feature.
NAA/NMHC continues to push for greater uniformity between building code standards and Fair Housing Act accessibility requirements and a safe harbor for professionals who build to the code.
As we filed out of a Capitol Hill hearing room on February 9, Web accessibility expert Judy Brewer stopped me and said she was sure I wouldn't want to spread misconceptions about our subject.
He then covered more than a dozen Title III and Title I rulings, explaining their impact and importance to the industry, including proposed new sections to the ADA Accessibility Guidelines that would establish standards for new or altered "children's facilities," such as day care centers, and accessibility for lottery players within commercial buildings.