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GDC Vault - Evolve: An Adventure in Accessibility Retrofitting

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Internet Ads and Accessibility

In the Twitter #autchat discussion about social media accessibility this week, a topic came up that has been bothering me quite a bit lately. The issue is one of internet ads and the websites that now detect AdBlock and require that the program be turned off (i.e. 518 more words


I have Cerebral Palsy and I Tried the Cerebral Palsy Foundation's New Fitness App

March is as I’ve been repeatedly made aware Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month–please take a moment to pause and simply be aware of my existence–as a result, there have been awareness campaigns (usually in the form of patronizing memes) that pop up in my social media feeds. 1,436 more words


Making a Google Sites Portfolio Assessment More Accessible Via Screencast

Technology in education is certainly a two-edged sword. On the one hand, modern technology gives students fantastic opportunities to learn in ways that were previously difficult, expensive, or impossible for teachers to design. 427 more words


Fringe leadership – what are the alternatives?

In this month’s guest blog, Philip Patston reflects on change in relation to social movements, and whether we should push to widen mainstream acceptance, or foster alternative ways of leading change from the fringes. 429 more words


Where's the accessibility Blizzard?

Gaming and accessibility is an important topic that often comes up for me and is close to my heart. The gaming industry is expanding at a tremendous rate and these days games have been growing in depth and complexity over the past years. 532 more words

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