Make Your Webpages Accessible to the Visually Impaired

Accessible Web pages benefit everyone. The more accessible your content is, the more user-friendly it will be to all people, whether reading the page on a large screen or on a cell phone, or hearing the page read aloud by a screen-reader.

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Building Audit

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We will be scheduling a meeting with Andy Bristol from the Stavros Center for Independent Living here in Amherst. They have done other work for the College, and can help us look at the Frost for ways to improve accessibility. Andy is on vacation, but will be back around March 20th. Stavros is highly recommended by the Disability Law Center.