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Post 4: Universal Online Access & Participation

Innovations in technology over recent years have enhanced the internet’s ability to be universally accessed by people of varying characteristics, like the disabled, yet, despite these advancements, “no group is more disadvantaged online than people with disabilities, who have the lowest levels of internet usage” (Jaeger 2012, para. 453 more words

Blog Post IV - Disability & Accessibility

Despite the evolution of digital technologies and resulting medias, individuals with disabilities continue to face digital inequity. Ellis and Goggin (2015) note the lack of government support and the inaccessible predisposition of technology as major causes for this digital divide. 449 more words

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