The National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE) exists to address issues of technology and disability in education policies and practices to enhance the lives of people with disabilities and their families.
NCDAE works on policy, research, training and technical assistance, and dissemination of information. NCDAE accomplishes its purpose through an affiliate network of over 500 national and international partners in education, business and industry, and government.
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Gaining Online Accessible Learning through Self-Study (GOALS) will capitalize on the products of an existing GOALS project and focus on motivating top administrators to improve web accessibility for their institution. During this project, a national consortium will strengthen the work of GOALS with blueprints useful for both institutions and regional accreditation entities.
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- What risks to #highered institutions assume when they choose to NOT address #accessibility? https://t.co/F7SZZdRcFO
- If you missed our case study on costs of #a11y in #highered, check them out. Includes legal, captioning, retrofits.
- RT @jared_w_smith: BIG NEWS: The Section 508 updates have cleared the OMB process. NPRM expected within the week.