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Access Information News for Monday, March 27, 2023 - Volume 903

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At the end of February the Department of Justice and the General Services Administration released a long-promised report on Section 508 compliance across the federal government. It says what many of us already believe and know: that federal agencies are failing miserably to comply with accessible technology requirements. Even this report, which by law must be published every 2 years, hasn't been updated since 2012 — until now. The statistics are not shocking, but they are embarrassing — only 1/3 of the top PDFs published by each agency are accessible. Even the majority of agency's accessibility statements don't meet the requirements. This report is a tiny step forward, but Congress is taking notice of how ineffective Section 508 has been. We are working with our partners to find real solutions that meaningfully advance accessibility — and won't take no for an answer. Stay tuned.

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1) Top 5 Most Clicked Access Information News Articles From Last Week

A.) Advice For Meeting Someone Who Is Blind | Learning A11y (9.5% of all clicks.)
The first few times I met someone who is blind, I have to admit I saw the disability before I saw the person. I just wasn't prepared for meeting someone different than me, and I didn't know what way to act. Later I learned that some tendencies, while natural and good-intentioned, also are indicative that I'm not seeing the person for the capable and independent person they truly are. I came across some helpful tips about this, and thought I'd share them in this compiled list. As someone who used to see the disability before seeing the person, I wish I had read a guide like this before I met someone who is blind:
https://learninga11y.com/meeting-someone-who-is-blind/

B.) Accessibility Features Of Uber Ride Sharing App For Riders With Disabilities | Accessibility.com (4.2% of all clicks.)
Ridesharing services like Uber have made transportation more accessible and more convenient for people with disabilities. It's now possible for people with disabilities to go wherever they want to, whenever they want to — at the touch of a button. In this short guide, let us take a look at the accessibility features available in the Uber ridesharing app:
https://www.accessibility.com/blog/accessibility-features-of-uber-ridesharing-app-for-riders-with-disabilities

C.) Accessibility Issues That Must Not Be Named | Paul Martz | AppleVis (4.1% of all clicks.)
It's the accessibility issues without names that keep me up at night. Problems that we never discuss because the English language has no words for them. They are the Lord Voldemort of accessibility issues. They are, "Issues That Must Not Be Named:"
https://www.applevis.com/blog/accessibility-issues-must-not-be-named

D.) AI's Next Big Takeover: Audiobooks | CNET (3.4% of all clicks.)
Stomachs gurgle. The sound of muscles in the digestive system moving. The human body doing its thing. Sometimes, if there's a mic nearby, those burbles and gurgles get picked up. AI audiobook narrators don't have to worry about strange gastrointestinal noises, but Leah Allers and engineer Craig Hinkle aren't bots. They're human beings, recording for Nashville Audiobook Productions in mid-January, fretting about gurgles, discussing where to put the emphasis on the word "increase," and tending to the detailed work of giving a "real" voice to a book about how couples communicate:
https://www.cnet.com/tech/features/will-your-next-audiobook-be-read-by-an-ai/#ftag=CAD590a51e

E.) How to Make QR Codes More Accessible to People with Disabilities? | Accessibility.com (3.3% of all clicks.)
Quick Response (QR) codes are two-dimensional barcodes that can be scanned with smartphones and other digital devices. They can store a wide range of data, from website URLs to photos and videos. They are commonly used in advertising and marketing campaigns, to send and receive payment-related information, to authenticate online accounts and for several other purposes. Data shows that in 2021, more than 75 million people in the US scanned at least one QR code using their smartphone. Due to their wide range of applications, it's crucial to make QR codes more accessible so that people with disabilities can use them without any difficulties:
https://www.accessibility.com/blog/making-qr-codes-more-accessible-and-improving-business-accessibility

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3) Stand With Internet Archive As We Fight For The Digital Rights Of All Libraries | March 20, 2023 | The Internet Archive

We stood up for the digital rights of all libraries today in court. The Southern District of New York heard oral argument in Hachette v. Internet Archive, the lawsuit against our library and the longstanding library practice of controlled digital lending, brought by 4 of the world's largest publishers. We fought hard for libraries today, and we're proud of how well we were able to represent the value of controlled digital lending to the communities we serve. While we wait for the judge's decision, here's how you can show your support:
http://blog.archive.org/2023/03/20/stand-with-internet-archive-as-we-fight-for-the-digital-rights-of-all-libraries/

4) The Internet Archive Has Lost Its First Fight To Scan And Lend E-Books Like A Library | March 24, 2023 | The Verge

A federal judge has ruled against the Internet Archive in a lawsuit brought by four book publishers:
https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/24/23655804/internet-archive-hatchette-publisher-ebook-library-lawsuit

5) CEO Explains How A 'Leapfrog In Technology' Can Help Companies Catering To The Blind Community

Be My Eyes' Mike Buckley says AI presents a $6 trillion opportunity for businesses to perform better:
https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/ceo-explains-leapfrog-technology-help-companies-catering-blind-community

6) With Virtual Volunteer, Be My Eyes Bets Big On ChatGPT And Chatbots Redefining Accessible Software | Steven Aquino | Forbes

When I sat down with Microsoft's Jenny Lay-Flurrie earlier this month, a hot topic of our conversation was the potential of AI-enhanced chatbots as an assistive technology. She shared a personal anecdote of her teenage daughter, who has autism and ADHD, using the new ChatGPT-powered Bing search engine to help her in recently writing an essay on why her school should offer sign language classes. These chatbots, Flurrie said, have the ability to alleviate points of friction associated with motor and cognitive load—especially for a neurodivergent person, where classic methods of research could prove unwieldy and overwhelming:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevenaquino/2023/03/20/with-virtual-volunteer-be-my-eyes-bets-big-on-chatgpt-and-chatbots-redefining-accessible-software/?sh=58f2c2ca65ca

7) Be My Eyes Meets GPT-4: Is AI The Next Frontier In Accessibility?

Publisher (Di Blasi): I honestly don't know if AI is the next frontier in accessibility or the final destination. For those who are blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and/or neurodivergent, I believe that time is now. Digital access, specifically, is already being absolutely transformed by current AI models. So I think it is fair to say that it will not be too long before true multi-modality is able to convert any piece of digital content into any other piece of digital content instantly, and on the fly. And when that happens it will change absolutely everything for this specific group of people. For those of us that possess mobility issues, the truly amazing developments are going to take just a little bit longer to arrive. Which is not to say that there are not many exciting projects in this space right now, but bits are harder to change than bytes, so their quality of life improvement is not currently anywhere near what our first group is going to experience over the next year or so. And I believe that the growing success of this particular influencer shows the beginning of that curve. It is an incredibly exciting time.
Mashable: Nearing the 10-year anniversary of losing her eyesight, Lucy Edwards is reclaiming countless visual experiences... with the help of artificial intelligence. As a partner with visual assistant mobile app Be My Eyes, Edwards is testing the limits of the latest accessibility revelation, the Be My Eyes Virtual Volunteer. The AI-driven tool acts as tour guide, food blogger, personal assistant — you name it — ushering in a new form of complex, human-mimicking assistance using OpenAI's hyper-realistic AI language model. With a single app, Edwards' whole world is expanding, on her own terms:
https://mashable.com/article/chatgpt-openai-be-my-eyes-accessibility

8) New GPT-4 App Can Be 'Life-Changing' For Visually-Impaired People, Say Users

The first app to integrate GPT-4's image-recognition abilities has been described as 'life-changing' by visually-impaired users. Be My Eyes, a Danish startup, applied the AI model to a new feature for blind or partially-sighted people. Named “Virtual Volunteer,” the object-recognition tool can answer questions about any image that it's sent:
https://thenextweb.com/news/be-my-eyes-app-uses-openai-gpt-4-help-visually-impaired

9) New Documentary on Living with Macular Degeneration: Losing Sight, Finding Hope: Living with Macular Degeneration | The American Macular Degeneration Foundation | March 20, 2023

This new documentary, created by filmmaker Nick Czerula, premiered on YouTube on Monday, March 20, 2023 at 8PM EST:
https://www.macular.org/2023/03/16/documentary-living-with-macular-degeneration

10) NLS Braille-On-Demand Program Expands: Now Allows Patrons To Request Five Hard-Copy Braille Books Per Month With No Return Date

Interested in braille you can keep indefinitely? The NLS Braille-on-Demand pilot program, launched in 2022, now allows all registered patrons to receive five hard-copy braille books per month with no return date. Patrons may request books directly using the form located at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NLSbrailleondemand or may contact their network library for assistance in filing their requests. Any braille book available on BARD is eligible to be produced in hard copy by this program. Books will be mailed directly to the requesting patrons:
https://www.loc.gov/nls/braille-audio-reading-materials/latest-books-in-braille-and-audio/talking-book-topics-bimonthly-magazine/talking-book-topics-march-april-2023/

11) If You're Diabetic, Don't Wait For Your Smartwatch To Replace Your Needles | Victoria Song | The Verge

Between small signals, regulatory hurdles, skin color, and battery life, there's a hell of a lot of ground to cover before a smartwatch can measure blood sugar levels:
https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/18/23618649/noninvasive-blood-glucose-monitoring-wearables-smartwatches

12) Disability Rights Advocates Speak Out Against Candace Owens' Harmful Comments On Disability Representation | Forbes

In a recent episode of her podcast, Candace Owens, a conservative political commentator with a Youtube subscriber count of 1.4 million, expressed her views on disability representation in fashion campaigns. However, her remarks have generated a wave of outrage from members of the disabled community and their allies:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/keelycatwells/2023/03/21/disability-rights-advocates-speak-out-against-candace-owens-harmful-comments-on-disability-representation/?sh=1b2043d35885

13) QVC And Selma Blair Announce New Adaptive & Accessible Line | USA Today

QVC has long been known for showcasing innovative, helpful products in its programming and on its website, so the brand's introduction of an “Accessible Living” product line seems like a fitting expansion into the fledgling accessibility market. Actor, author, fashion icon, and disability advocate Selma Blair has been named QVC's Brand Ambassador for Accessibility to promote the storied brand's massive new catalog:
https://reviewed.usatoday.com/accessibility/features/qvc-selma-blair-adaptive-accessible-line

14) Loud Music Was Blamed For Hearing Loss In Her 40s. It Wasn't The Cause | The Washington Post

Her persistent 18-month search led to a third ear, nose and throat specialist who discovered the curable reason:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2023/03/18/hearing-loss-deafness-young-age/

15) Lucy Edwards Demonstrates the New Virtual Volunteer Feature (Beta) From Be My Eyes | YouTube

I'm blind, I never thought I'd be able to experience this again:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF3lW2lRioY

16) Chatbots, Deepfakes, And Voice Clones: AI Deception For Sale | Federal Trade Commission

You may have heard of simulation theory, the notion that nothing is real and we're all part of a giant computer program. Let's assume at least for the length of this blog post that this notion is untrue. Nonetheless, we may be heading for a future in which a substantial portion of what we see, hear, and read is a computer-generated simulation. We always keep it real here at the FTC, but what happens when none of us can tell real from fake?
https://www.ftc.gov/business-guidance/blog/2023/03/chatbots-deepfakes-voice-clones-ai-deception-sale

17) Growing Up and Gaming with a Disability | IGN

Before games included accessibility options, an Xbox 360 controller modded with a popsicle stick was the only way for me to play:
https://www.ign.com/articles/growing-up-and-gaming-with-a-disability

18) My Disability Shapes Every Money Decision My Family Makes, From Where We Live To What We Eat | Rebecca Chamaa | Business Insider

I have chronic paranoid schizophrenia. Having a disability in the form of mental illness has shaped my husband's and my financial life in almost every way. One of the ways it has affected us the most in terms of our finances is my ability to work full-time, but no aspect of our financial life is free from the effects of disability:
https://www.businessinsider.com/personal-finance/chronic-paranoid-schizophrenia-disability-affects-familys-finances-2023-3

19) Shopify: Accessibility | Benjamin Roussey | Accessibility.com

Publisher (Di Blasi): We create a lot of websites here at Mind Vault and they all have to be as accessible as possible, from the ground up. And sometimes. Most times. Okay, nearly all the time now, we have to develop those websites using tools that we did not create ourselves. Which begs the question, which tool is the most accessible one for the job? Well, if it's an eCommerce site, then I can confidently say, from a great deal of experience, that you could not do better for out-of-the-box accessibility than Shopify. This is not to say that this solution is accessible to absolutely everyone out of the box, though it is for most, but even for those that it does not immediately support, that support can be easily achieved. The only time we ever recommend an eCommerce solution other than Shopify is if an access client wishes to sell on Amazon instead. And even this decision is often more revenue driven that access-driven.
Benjamin Roussey: Shopify is one of the leading e-commerce platforms. As a Shopify store owner, it's vital that you take steps to ensure that your website is accessible to all visitors, including those with special needs or limitations. Let's see how its accessibility themes stack up and learn practical tips to make your Shopify website more accessible:
https://www.accessibility.com/blog/shopify-accessibility

20) Google Bard First Impressions — Will It Kill ChatGPT? | Thomas Smith | Medium

I was among the first people to get hands-on access to Bard. Here are my thoughts:
https://medium.com/the-generator/google-bard-first-impressions-will-it-kill-chatgpt-59c16ae76e3e

21) Enabling Support For Ukrainian Refugees With Disabilities In The Republic Of Moldova

To promote a disability-inclusive response to the refugee crisis in the Republic of Moldova, a WHO-led joint project funded by the United Nations Partnership on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNPRPD) has been launched in Chisinau:
https://buff.ly/408FMa0

22) Describing Yourself During Meetings | Tom | Even Grounds — Inclusive And Accessible Travel For Blind People

Over the last few years you may have noticed that many meetings and conference presentations start by people describing themselves. The idea is to make the meeting as inclusive for visually impaired people as possible. But is it for visually impaired people only? Does it make a meeting more inclusive? Is it mandatory? There are many more questions for which there are no guidelines, and often get awkward to ask. I'll try to answer some of these questions:
https://evengrounds.com/describing-yourself-during-meetings/

23) Supreme Court Hands Victory To Public School Students With Disabilities | NPR | March 21, 2023

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a deaf student can sue his school for its failure to provide him a public education tailored to his needs. Because the decision allows for the possibility of two separate lawsuits, it could give parents more leverage in negotiating with public schools over assistance for children with disabilities:
https://www.npr.org/2023/03/21/1165072110/supreme-court-hands-victory-to-public-school-students-with-disabilities

24) An Accessible Air Fryer for The Blind & DeafBlind | Inclusive Ability Initiative, LLC

A deafblind user reviews an accessible Air Fryer along with steps on making homemade French Fries:
https://iabilityi.com/adaptivetechnology/accessible-air-fryer-for-blind-deafblind/

25) Estee Lauder Launches Voice Activated Makeup App For Visually Impaired Users

For many women, makeup is a common step in a morning routine. From getting ready for school or work, we are able to make ourselves feel confident with cosmetics. However, makeup brands have been very slow to adapt to include customers with a visual impairment, in their packaging, advertisement and product use. Estee Lauder claim to have changed this. They have broken the barrier after the release of their new voice activated app, which is now available in the UK. The app uses AI technology to scan your face and detect lines that have not been blended, keeping everything even and symmetrical:
https://www.shefnews.co.uk/2023/03/17/estee-lauder-launches-voice-activated-makeup-app-for-visually-impaired-users/

26) Congress Could Make Waiting Lists For Disability Services A Thing Of The Past | Disability Scoop

A proposal in Congress would do away with Medicaid's institutional bias and guarantee people with developmental disabilities access to services in the community. Lawmakers in the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives introduced a bill this month calling for home and community-based services to become a mandatory Medicaid benefit. Currently, institutional care is covered by the federal-state health program for anyone who qualifies, but people with disabilities frequently must spend years on waiting lists for waivers in order to access supports in the community:
https://www.disabilityscoop.com/2023/03/20/congress-could-make-waiting-lists-for-disability-services-a-thing-of-the-past/30296/

27) Blind Mice Regain Eyesight After CRISPR Gene Editing | Forbes

Scientists in China have used Crispr gene editing to restore vision in blind mice, according to research published Friday in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, another advance that signals potential applications in humans as scientists grapple with the thorny ethical issues the revolutionary technology raises:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2023/03/17/blind-mice-regain-eyesight-after-crispr-gene-editing/?sh=648b56cb1947

28) FCC Proposes Extending Audio Description Mandate to More Markets

The FCC is seeking public comment on adding more markets to its audio description rules for TV stations, voting unanimously to approve a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (FNPRM) on March 16, 2023:
https://www.tvtechnology.com/news/fcc-proposes-extending-audio-description-mandate-to-more-markets

29) Pilot Sues United Airlines After He Was Terminated When He Filed a Disability Insurance Claim Just Six Days After He Was Enrolled in the Plan

Damon Meyer of Portland, Maine, was hired by United on 12th April 2022, but his employment was terminated less than two months later when he filed a claim for long-term disability through an insurance plan he had just been enrolled in:
https://www.paddleyourownkanoo.com/2023/03/19/pilot-sues-united-airlines-after-he-was-terminated-when-he-filed-a-disability-insurance-claim-just-six-days-after-he-was-enrolled-in-the-plan/

30) Who Is The Person On The Street? | Award Winning Sight Loss Coach, Advocate and Author Donna Jodhan

Donna gives her perspective on who this might be and she urges all entities to start engaging and communicating as soon as possible. This is the person who will determine the future; and help to increase cost effectiveness and revenues and customer bases:
https://sterlingcreations.ca/current-affairs/who-is-the-person-on-the-street-2

31) Why Are We So Afraid Of AI? | The Washington Post

Few Americans believe AI will be an unquestioned benefit for humanity, two new polls found:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2023/02/21/ai-polls-skeptics/

32) Amazon Echo Devices To Help Blind Veterans UK

Blind Veterans UK has unveiled a new 'smart' system at its centre of wellbeing in Llandudno in Wales which uses Amazon Echo devices to give veterans more independence and staff new ways to communicate:
https://www.wales247.co.uk/amazon-echo-devices-to-help-blind-veterans-uk

33) Autism and Visual Impairment: The Better Together Curriculum | Perkins School for the Blind | June 26, 2023 — August 14, 2023

How does a SLP use soap opera scenes to explore perspective taking with her students? Learn how in our online course — register today:
https://www.perkins.org/course/autism-and-visual-impairment-the-better-together-curriculum/

34) Being Visually Impaired, My Mantis Braille Keyboard Changed My Life | Metro News

In order to write this article, I am using the tech this very piece is about. It's something called the Mantis Q40 and it's a refreshable Braille display. This device allows me to interact with my computer using Braille. Braille is a reading and writing system of raised dots, which are read by touching them with your fingertips. I use it because I'm blind. I first started using Braille at eight years old after my sight became too poor to read and write using traditional methods. The Mantis Q40 is a far cry from the Braille I used as a child:
https://metro.co.uk/2023/03/19/being-visually-impaired-my-mantis-braille-keyboard-changed-my-life-18459216/

35) NPR's Mary Louise Kelly Talks About Living With Hearing Loss

The ability to listen is essential for a journalist — and also for a mother of teenagers. Yet in her early 40s, while juggling both roles, veteran NPR journalist Mary Louise Kelly realized that she was going deaf. Kelly, now 51 and a co-host of NPR's daily newsmagazine "All Things Considered," writes about the toll of her hearing loss — and her strategies for coping — in a wide-ranging memoir set to publish in April: "It. Goes. So. Fast. The Year of No Do-Overs:"
https://www.washingtonpost.com/wellness/2023/03/19/mary-louise-kelly-hearing-loss/

36) Disabled Workers Face Systemic Barriers At Work: Report | Pro Bono Australia

From unstable work to lower pay and even physical violence, disabled workers in the Australian screen industry face barriers to participation and inclusion:
https://probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2023/03/disabled-workers-face-systemic-barriers-at-work-report/

37) What Are The Best Audiobook Alternatives To Audible? | Michael Kozlowski | Good eReader

Audible is the most popular site in most of the Western world regarding audiobooks. They have a few different subscription tiers, but you pay them a monthly fee, and you get one credit, which can be redeemed to buy any audiobook on the platform. They have invested heavily into their Originals program, where paid subscriptions can access all of them for free, in addition to podcasts. There is a ton of value to Audible, which is why their market penetration is through the roof in the US, Canada and most of Europe. You can use their apps to use the credit and listen to audiobooks. Some people would prefer something other than the fact that Amazon owns audible or that maybe Audible is something different than what they want to use. Luckily, there are a ton of alternatives to Audible:
https://goodereader.com/blog/audiobooks/what-are-the-best-audiobook-alternatives-to-audible

38) Audible Brings Immersive Dolby Atmos To Its Audiobooks

Amazon-owned Audible, one of the largest sources of audiobooks, has announced a new partnership with Dolby Labs that will see Dolby Atmos come to its audiobook collection for the first time. Dolby Atmos is a spatial audio surround sound format that is used for movies and music to create a more immersive, 3D experience that goes beyond traditional stereo sound:
https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/audible-dolby-atmos-spatial-audio-audiobooks/

39) This New Kids' Book About Disabilities Became an Instant Amazon Bestseller | March 21, 2023

There's a new kids' book about disabilities releasing today — and it should be required reading for all kids, because inclusivity matters so very much. Acceptance can make all the difference for a child who might otherwise be treated differently, and can act as a shield against bullying (and its heartbreaking consequences, like depression, anxiety, and isolation). Educating our kids on disabilities and ways to include their disabled peers is so important. The ABCs of Inclusion: A Disability Inclusion Book for Kids is the perfect way to introduce the concepts and begin to normalize disability — and it's never too soon to start:
https://news.yahoo.com/kids-book-disabilities-became-instant-195401250.html

40) Testing Math Skills with the Abacus Bee | APH

Created in China in 1200 C.E., the abacus is an ancient tool used by generations of mathematicians and students before the invention of the calculator. Despite its age, the abacus remains one of the most effective tools for teaching math basics accessibly to students who are blind or low vision. In 2022, we kicked off our first Abacus Bee competition for students in celebration of this foundational tool:
https://www.aph.org/testing-math-skills-with-the-abacus-bee/

41) Disneyland Rebuilds Mickey's Toontown From The Ground Up For Kids Of All Abilities | Disability Scoop

Kids in wheelchairs and on the autism spectrum will find play areas in the newly renovated Mickey's Toontown at Disneyland have been built from the ground up with their navigation and sensory needs in mind. Walt Disney Imagineering has designed the refreshed Mickey's Toontown which returned over the weekend at the Anaheim, Calif. theme park with an eye toward removing as many barriers to play as possible and creating experiences for kids with differing needs and abilities:
https://www.disabilityscoop.com/2023/03/21/disneyland-rebuilds-mickeys-toontown-kids-all-abilities/30300/

42) What I Shared With A Parent Who Didn't Know Where To Start | Paths To Literacy

I have a child who is blind or visually impaired and I don't know what to do! Find out how to get started and where you can get help with these ideas and resources for parents and families:
https://www.pathstoliteracy.org/dots-families-what-i-shared-parent-who-didnt-know-where-start/

43) The Best Prepared Meal Delivery Services of 2023

https://reviewed.usatoday.com/cooking/best-right-now/the-best-prepared-meal-delivery-services

44) Man Denied Flight To Victoria On Lynx Air Due To Accessibility Device

Jaxson Creasey was looking forward to his flight to Victoria for weeks, but the mood quickly shifted when he was denied boarding a Lynx Air flight due to his accessibility device:
https://www.cheknews.ca/man-denied-flight-to-victoria-on-lynx-air-due-to-accessibility-device-1145090/

45) Are Advocates for Corporate Disability Inclusion Anti-Worker? | The American Prospect

The corporate-funded nonprofit organizations can shield corporations from the consequences of worker abuse:
https://prospect.org/health/2023-03-22-corporate-disability-inclusion-advocates/


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March 28, 2023 | Beyond the Alt Tag: Accessible Name | Great Lakes ADA Center

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT
Continuing Education Recognition Available. The reasoning, best practices, and available technology for creating accessible images and text alternatives has evolved over the last several years. Expert web developers are building upon the foundation of text alternative techniques such as "alt tags" to newer concepts such as "Accessible Name" and "Accessible Description" for HTML. This approach provides better accessibility. During this webinar, Access Board staff will describe how they employ these updated concepts when developing the Guides to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards. Participants will understand the reason for these changes and will gain practical strategies for adding “Accessible Name” to their vocabulary and tool kits. Target Audience: Open to all, but of noted interest for experienced web developers. Questions can be submitted in advance of the session or can be posed during the live webinar. This webinar will include video remote interpreting (VRI) and real-time captioning:
https://www.accessibilityonline.org/cioc-508/session/?id=111045

March 28, 2023 | Webinar: AT in the Transition Process | Where It's AT

3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 10PM GMT
Register for our virtual Webinar on AT in the Transition Process, delivered by our Executive Director, Lori Berrong, in partnership with the Maryland School for the Blind! Learn about Assistive Technology solutions that can aid in the process of transitioning out of high school and into whatever lies beyond, be it higher education, employment, and/or community living:
http://www.equipmentlink.org/blog/?p=5367

March 28, 2023 | Accessibility Boutique: The Accessibility of Remote Access | Where It's AT

11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT
Do you need to use remote access at work? Many professions require remotely engaging with others' computers, and vice versa. Some remote access clients are partially accessible, only working with one screen reader, and the rest are not useable by the blind. Partially accessible clients require that both participants run the same screen-reader. Pneuma Solutions — a third party alternative — created Scribe for Meetings, an accessible means of remote desktop access. Remote Incident Manager (RIM) is the most accessible remote access tool available. Attend this boutique to dig into all of the options. If you use a screen reader and find yourself needing to train your customers remotely, or if you would find it convenient to connect to a friend or family member's computer at a distance:
https://nfb.org/form/accessibility-boutique-reg

March 29, 2023 | How to Design and Test for Accessible Learning Modules (Digital Accessibility Webinar) | Access Ingenuity

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT
Various eLearning course authoring platforms help content authors quickly create online courses to deliver on desktop and mobile devices. Many platforms allow course creation that supports the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The platforms provide tools to address fundamental accessibility issues, such as implementing accessible course controls, accessible videos (including support for both captions and transcripts), keyboard support, and the option to incorporate accessible quizzes within a course module. However, authors must correctly implement the accessibility features and be aware of the fundamental accessibility limitations in each platform they need to resolve to meet the requirements. Join Michael Parker to learn how to design and test for accessible learning modules. Learning Outcomes: Understand the accessibility limitations of your platform, such as Storyline, RISE 360, etc. Learn techniques to make many common elements accessible. Learn about common mistakes to avoid when authoring content in your learning module platform. Learn about accessibility testing strategies to ensure the content you produce is accessible. | Meeting ID: 875 9093 7816 | Passcode: 136374 | One tap mobile: +16699009128,,87590937816#,,,,*136374# US (San Jose) | Dial by your location: +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose) | Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87590937816?pwd=ajJGZy9XSFR0U2NTOGdsRkdRY3pnZz09#success

March 30, 2023 | Ten Power Tips for Tackling Teams with JAWS | Freedom Scientific

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 4PM GMT
Need help navigating Teams with JAWS? If so — this webinar is for you. We'll provide an overview of the Teams interface and give you ten quick tips that include: Navigate to different areas in Teams using keyboard commands. Read and manage chat messages. Navigate the calendar and join meetings. And many more:
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Zo4WnXdbT1CiZMlJ9DbtBQ

April 4, 2023 | Online Graduate Programs in Special Education Webinar | Ball State University

4PM PT, 5PM MT, 6PM CT, 7PM ET, 11PM GMT
Register below to attend a webinar about Ball State's online graduate special education programs: Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Autism. Master's in Special Education. Graduate Certificate in Autism. Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis:
https://admissions.bsu.edu/register/?id=56e048a3-0e21-46ae-85fd-5e66bf62da88&utm_source=Partner_DisScoop&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=OSL_DisScoop&utm_term=March_23&utm_content=RegToday

April 5, 2023 | Lego Braille Bricks Live Session 7: Music | APH

8AM PT, 9AM MT, 10AM CT, 11AM ET, 3PM GMT
Let's discover together how to make music with these famous bricks! Come and share your creative ideas:
https://www.aph.org/lego-braille-bricks-live-sessions/

April 8, 2023 | How To Upgrade To Windows 11 | Technology User Group | Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled (LBPD)

7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 2PM GMT
This operating system has been around for a while, and people champion its security strengths and applications. Should you upgrade, and what is that process? All events are currently being held via teleconference until further notice. No programs will be held in person. Please dial (319) 527-4994 📱️ at 10:00 AM ET. For more information about the Technology User Group or to recommend a topic / technology for discussion, please contact: Jerry Price at (410) 230-2446 📱️ or via email jerry.price1@maryland.gov 📧️

April 12, 2023 | Earn it, Plan it, Keep it | Financial Literacy Course | Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled

3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 10PM GMT
To help participants reflect on their habits, reactions, and values about money; to understand what role money plays in their lives; to understand budgets as a function of income and expenses. This groundwork assists participants to understand the concept and application of budgeting; common pitfalls or barriers they may face in sticking to a budget; and strategies to maximize their earnings. Discovering your Money Personality. Fundamentals of Budgeting. Budgeting Tools for success. Strategies to Increasing Income/ Decreasing Expenses. Making personal spending plans:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/earn-it-plan-it-keep-it-cash-campaign-tickets-574696120567

April 19, 2023 | 2023 Helen Keller Achievement Awards | American Foundation for the Blind

http://bit.ly/3YsScrX

April 20, 2023 | Webinar: ADA Legal Update: What Your Restaurant Needs to Know About Digital Accessibility

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 4PM GMT
Presenters: Seyfarth Shaw's Minh N. Vu, Partner, Ashley S. Jenkins, Associate, and Vispero's Matt Ater, VP of Business Development. Over the past decade, restaurants have embraced websites, mobile apps, self-service kiosks, PDF menus, and online reservations services to deliver their goods and services to customers. These technologies have their advantages but also expose restaurants to litigation exposure when they are not independently usable by customers who are blind or have mobility disabilities. Join Seyfarth Shaw's Minh N. Vu, Partner, Ashley S. Jenkins, Associate, and Vispero's Matt Ater VP Business Development, as they provide an update on ADA Title III lawsuit trends relating to the use of technology by public accommodations and what restaurants need to do to comply with the ADA. They will discuss how restaurants can proactively protect themselves and provide accessible technology. Attendees will learn: ADA lawsuit trends and theories. Accessibility barriers relating to: Websites, Self-service kiosks, QR code menus, Online reservations, Mobile apps, Risk mitigation strategies. Register today:
https://www.tpgi.com/webinar-april-20-at-12pm-et-ada-legal-update-what-your-restaurant-needs-to-know-about-digital-accessibility/

April 20, 2023 | Book Talk: Digital Copyright | Internet Archive and Author / Professor Jessica Litman

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT
Join Internet Archive's founder Brewster Kahle for a virtual book talk with author & professor of law Jessica Litman. In Digital Copyright, law professor Jessica Litman questions whether copyright laws crafted by lawyers and their lobbyists really make sense for the vast majority of us. Should every interaction between ordinary consumers and copyright-protected works be restricted by law? Is it practical to enforce such laws, or expect consumers to obey them? What are the effects of such laws on the exchange of information in a free society? Professor Jessica Litman, the John F. Nickoll Professor of Law, is the author of Digital Copyright and the co-author, with Jane Ginsburg and Mary Lou Kevlin, of the casebook Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law: Cases and Materials. Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive, has been working to provide universal access to all knowledge for more than 25 years. Register now for the free, virtual discussion:
http://blog.archive.org/2023/03/16/book-talk-digital-copyright/

April 25, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

April 26, 2023 | How To Build A Positive Credit Score And History | LBPD Financial Literacy Course | Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled

3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 10PM GMT
Today, strong credit is important for accessing a mortgage loan, personal loans, renting an apartment, and more. This workshop will teach you the main factors that make up a credit score, the costs associated with having a loan, and various strategies on how to build a positive credit history with the right credit products for you:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-build-a-positive-credit-score-and-history-cash-campaign-tickets-574723532557

April 28, 2023 | Navigating Finances for Older Individuals With Vision Loss | OIB-TAC

12PM PT, 1PM MT, 2PM CT, 3PM ET, 7PM GMT
Join us for a webinar with Penny Forward on how older blind individuals can continue to manage their finances with vision loss. Our experienced panel, including Chris Peterson, Liz Bottner, and MOe Carpenter, will guide you through small changes your clients can make to adapt to their changing vision, low-tech solutions that are still effective, and high-tech solutions that can make managing their finances easier than ever before. We'll discuss how self-advocacy is critical to maintaining your clients' independence. Plus, learn about Penny Forward, a nonprofit organization that offers accessible financial education and counseling for individuals with vision loss. Don't let vision loss hold your clients back from managing their finances with confidence. Join us for this informative and empowering presentation:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpcOytrTwrG9eXb-eE_kJSY1RM4_8amlEU

May 3, 2023 | Lego Braille Bricks Live Session 8: STEM | APH

8AM PT, 9AM MT, 10AM CT, 11AM ET, 3PM GMT
Have you ever thought of doing science, computing, or technology with LEGO Braille Bricks? Expert guests will join us for an amazing session:
https://www.aph.org/lego-braille-bricks-live-sessions/

May 9, 2023 through May 12, 2023 | John Slatin AccessU 2023 | Knowbility

Join us virtually or in Austin, TX. John Slatin AccessU is an annual conference where tech professionals, content creators, policymakers, and advocates come together for deep learning in accessible digital design:
https://knowbility.org/programs/john-slatin-accessu-2023

May 13, 2023 | Travel Tools and Apps | Technology User Group | Maryland State Library for the Blind and Print Disabled (LBPD)

7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 2PM GMT
Whether you are traveling to another city, state or country, we will look at tools and resources that will help you get the most assistance for your venture. All events are currently being held via teleconference until further notice. No programs will be held in person. Please dial (319) 527-4994 📱️ at 10:00 AM ET. For more information about the Technology User Group or to recommend a topic / technology for discussion, please contact: Jerry Price at (410) 230-2446 📱️ or via email jerry.price1@maryland.gov 📧️

May 16, 2023 through May 18, 2023 | Virtua11y Web Accessibility Conference 2023 | Nomensa

Nomensa's free, virtual web accessibility and digital inclusion conference:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/virtua11y-web-accessibility-conference-2023-tickets-505953880677

May 18, 2023 | Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Help us celebrate the 12th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion, and the more than One Billion people with disabilities/impairments:
https://accessibility.day/

June 2, 2023 | ATHEN Sixth Annual Accessibility Summer Camp 2023

6AM PT, 7AM MT, 8AM CT, 9AM ET, 1PM GMT
We would love for you to share your accessibility knowledge during our sixth annual Accessibility Summer Camp 2023! As in former years, this virtual conference is FREE for all attendees. This year's ASC event will take place on Friday, June 2, 2023, from 8:00-4:00 CST. As a conference participant you will be able to attend sessions and engage in valuable networking with like-minded professionals. We are soliciting presentations from all experience levels and backgrounds, so please visit the ASC Conference Home Page for more information and to submit a proposal. The session proposal deadline is Friday, February 17th, 2023. What is Accessibility Summer Camp (ASC)? The Accessibility Summer Camp is a FREE annual conference with the goal of connecting professionals and educators with best practices in accessibility and Universal Design. Over the past few years, the ASC conference has grown to become one of the most popular accessibility conferences in the country. Our mission is to provide accessibility professional development that empowers attendees to create high quality, accessible learning environments while removing barriers for all individuals who have a desire to learn:
https://www.accessibilityict.org/

May 23, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

June 7, 2023 | Lego Braille Bricks Live Session 9: Orientation & Mobility | APH

8AM PT, 9AM MT, 10AM CT, 11AM ET, 3PM GMT
LEGO bricks to build plans, visualize routes, it's not new! But with LEGO Braille Bricks you can also create labels, add letters, words... Then it becomes really great:
https://www.aph.org/lego-braille-bricks-live-sessions/

June 27, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

July 25, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

August 22, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

September 21, 2023 | Inclusive Design 24

Inclusive Design 24 (#id24) is a free 24-hour online event for the global community. It celebrates inclusive design and shares knowledge and ideas from analogue to digital, from design to development, from planners to practitioners, and everything and everyone in between:
https://inclusivedesign24.org/2023/

September 26, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

October 24, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12AM GMT Next Day
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

November 6, 2023 through November 10, 2023 | Accessing Higher Ground | Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD)

Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference. Hilton Denver City Center, Denver, Colorado:
https://accessinghigherground.org/

November 28, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 11PM GMT
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out

December 26, 2023 | Tech It Out | Monthly Hadley Discussion Group

5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 11PM GMT
4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM CT. Learn a few tips about everyday technology from a technology expert, ask your questions, and share your experiences.
https://hadley.edu/discussion-groups/tech-it-out


➜ Directories


1) Access Information Email Newsletter Directory

https://accessinformationnews.com/email-newsletter-directory.html


Sponsors may submit or update their Classified Advertisement at any time by submitting this short form: https://accessinformationnews.com/submit-sponsor-classified.


Sponsor: Clusiv


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Clusiv Is The World's First eLearning Platform Built For And By People Who Are Blind. Our Courses Are Designed To Equip People Who Are Blind Or Visually Impaired For Employment In The Modern Workforce. Learn More At Clusiv.Io.

Navigating the employment process can be challenging if you are blind or visually impaired. Technology is difficult to figure out, there is a lot of extra material to learn, and there isn't much quality training available.

That's where Clusiv comes in. We help to provide the training you need to succeed in the modern workforce. Our courses teach assistive technology skills and how to apply those skills to many of the business software programs used in the modern workforce, such as email, Microsoft and Google apps, video conferencing, and more. We also teach soft skills such as resume and interview preparation, disclosures and accommodations, internet safety, and financial literacy. Lastly, our training can teach specific career skills, such as becoming an accessibility analyst. Plus, our courses are self-paced.

To learn more, visit https://clusiv.io/ and fill out a form with your information. We work with state vocational rehabilitation agencies to provide access to our course content.

Sponsor Since: January 16th 2023 Calendar icon.

Website: https://clusiv.io/ 🌐️

About: As there are many challenges people in the blind community face in employment and education, Clusiv has built the world's first e-learning platform designed for the blind to provide the training, tools, and resources needed to remove barriers to the modern workforce. Our courses teach you occupational and technology skills you need towards employment. Plus, we are working to connect our graduates to internship and job opportunities. Our courses are remote, self-paced, and we provide support throughout your whole journey through our student success team, and even provide lifetime access to our courses so you can keep up to date as technology evolves. You can request Clusiv training through your vocational rehabilitation counselor and fill out the form in the link below on our website. If you are a counselor wanting to learn more about Clusiv for your clients, or an employer looking to hire Clusiv graduates, click the respective link below and fill out a form to get more info.

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Sponsor: Access Ready, Inc.


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Access Ready Seeks Your Support at the Public Policy Level

Moving the public policy needle is both difficult and costly. Access Ready has one of the most experienced teams in the business who have shown results. We have fostered Congressional language on accessible websites, elections, healthcare, communications, and other areas touched by information and communications technologies. These efforts are costly and we need your help to continue. Become an Access Ready supporter and create an accessible future for people with disabilities:
https://accessready.org/

Sponsor Since: December 19th 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://accessready.org/ 🌐️

Email: info@accessready.org 📧️

Phone: (727) 531-1000 📱️

About: Access Ready Inc. is a certified, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of Access Ready Inc., a nonprofit cross-disability rights advocacy organization, is to promote a policy of accessibility benefiting all people regardless of ability across information and communications technology utilized for two way communications.

The purpose of Access Ready Inc. is to educate the public and private sectors of the importance of accessible information and communications technology to the future of all people regardless of ability.

To support this education by developing initiatives that promote policies that ensure the creation and maintenance of accessible technologies utilized for two way communications at all levels which allow for easy use by people with the widest range of abilities possible.

To develop employment and business opportunities for people with disabilities that support its educational activities in the field of information and communications technology and related areas.

To provide consulting and educational services to buyers, developers, and users of information and communications technology that promotes its highest and best use in society.

To promote the concept of a technologically accessible society which fosters:

Freedom of expression, speech, and worship.
Freedom from fear, ignorance, and want.
Freedom from dishonesty, exclusion, and immorality.
Freedom of aspiration, invention, and inclusion.


Sponsor: Access Ready, Inc.


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Access Ready Provides Access To The Best In The Business

If you need assistance with a new accessible website, document remediation or disability consulting of other kinds, Access Ready can help. We seek out the best in the business and bring them to you already vetted as to quality, professionalism and ability. By going through AccessReady.org to one of our qualified providers, you're not only getting the best, but supporting our advocacy and technological development efforts as well:
https://accessready.org/

Sponsor Since: December 13th 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://accessready.org/ 🌐️

Email: info@accessready.org 📧️

Phone: (727) 531-1000 📱️

About: Access Ready Inc. is a certified, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of Access Ready Inc., a nonprofit cross-disability rights advocacy organization, is to promote a policy of accessibility benefiting all people regardless of ability across information and communications technology utilized for two way communications.

The purpose of Access Ready Inc. is to educate the public and private sectors of the importance of accessible information and communications technology to the future of all people regardless of ability.

To support this education by developing initiatives that promote policies that ensure the creation and maintenance of accessible technologies utilized for two way communications at all levels which allow for easy use by people with the widest range of abilities possible.

To develop employment and business opportunities for people with disabilities that support its educational activities in the field of information and communications technology and related areas.

To provide consulting and educational services to buyers, developers, and users of information and communications technology that promotes its highest and best use in society.

To promote the concept of a technologically accessible society which fosters:

Freedom of expression, speech, and worship.
Freedom from fear, ignorance, and want.
Freedom from dishonesty, exclusion, and immorality.
Freedom of aspiration, invention, and inclusion.


Sponsor: Access Ready, Inc.


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Access Ready Seeks Guidance On New Accessible Technologies

What Technologies do you see in the market that are not accessible, but should be? What accessible technologies can you imagine that can make the lives of people with all kinds of disabilities better? We will advocate with developers to make existing technologies accessible on your behalf. We will advocate with developers to build new accessible technologies on your behalf. Give us your guidance and support. Your guidance charts our path toward what is most important. Your support funds our efforts on your behalf:
https://accessready.org/

Sponsor Since: December 1st 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://accessready.org/ 🌐️

Email: info@accessready.org 📧️

Phone: (727) 531-1000 📱️

About: Access Ready Inc. is a certified, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of Access Ready Inc., a nonprofit cross-disability rights advocacy organization, is to promote a policy of accessibility benefiting all people regardless of ability across information and communications technology utilized for two way communications.

The purpose of Access Ready Inc. is to educate the public and private sectors of the importance of accessible information and communications technology to the future of all people regardless of ability.

To support this education by developing initiatives that promote policies that ensure the creation and maintenance of accessible technologies utilized for two way communications at all levels which allow for easy use by people with the widest range of abilities possible.

To develop employment and business opportunities for people with disabilities that support its educational activities in the field of information and communications technology and related areas.

To provide consulting and educational services to buyers, developers, and users of information and communications technology that promotes its highest and best use in society.

To promote the concept of a technologically accessible society which fosters:

Freedom of expression, speech, and worship.
Freedom from fear, ignorance, and want.
Freedom from dishonesty, exclusion, and immorality.
Freedom of aspiration, invention, and inclusion.


Sponsor: APH ConnectCenter


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Prepare For Your Future Today With The All-New APH ConnectCenter's Job Seekers Toolkit!

The APH ConnectCenter and NSITE have partnered to update the Job Seeker's Toolkit, an accessible, self-paced, free online training course. The Toolkit includes five sections covering self-awareness, career exploration tools, the preliminary employment process, the interview, and maintaining employment. We are bringing the Job Seeker's Toolkit to a larger audience and in a Learning Management System format for today's learners, at no cost. Visit APHCareerConnect.org to get started with the Job Seekers Toolkit today at:
https://aphcareerconnect.org/lesson-plans-for-teachers-and-professionals/the-job-seekers-toolkit/

Sponsor Since: November 29th 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://aphconnectcenter.org/ 🌐️

Email: connectcenter@aph.org 📧️

APH ConnectCenter Information and Referral Line:
(800) 232-5463 📱️

Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET

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About: The APH ConnectCenter offers curated advice and resources to assist children, parents, adults, and job seekers who are blind or visually impaired, and their associated professionals, leading to greater independence and success in their lives.



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➜ Classified Advertisement: A Revolution in Resolution — Menus for Everyone

No matter when, where or who, the Menus4ALL iPhone app gives you the info you need quickly. No more multiple Google searches to research menus before going out. Info is organized to give you quick access to what you are looking for — the menu! Optimized to give you the best viewing experience. No more struggling to see small print, or looking at a menu in a dimly lit restaurant. Do you use magnification, large print, VoiceOver, a braille display or Voice Control? Enjoy 750,000 fully accessible menus. Download the app today at:
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/menus4all/id1640547801?platform=iphone

Sponsor Since: November 20th 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://www.menus4all.com/ 🌐️

Email: stephanie@menus4all.com 📧️

About: 750,000 Accessible Restaurant Menus. On your iPhone ® in the palm of your hand.

App Restaurant Menu, Search and Waiter Alert Screens.

Yes, that's not a typo. The Menus4ALL iPhone app offers 500,000 accessible menus in the United States and 250,000 accessible menus in Canada.

Wherever you are and whenever you want The Menus4ALL iPhone app is the largest network of restaurant menus in one place and all of the menus are fully accessible.

Perfect for when you are out running errands and want to know what restaurants are near your current location. Great for planning a night out with friends. Favorite menus that you want to look at later or when you know you are going back for that amazing dish.

Download The App (Apple): https://apps.apple.com/us/app/menus4all/id1640547801?platform=iphone


Sponsor: WayAround


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➜ Classified Advertisement: Try Talking Labels That Work With Your Smartphone For Just $9.99!

Get all the different types of WayTags so you can try the BEST accessible labeling system around. Use the coupon code TryTags to get a WayTag Sampler Pack for just $9.99. Plus, you get FREE shipping. Use the WayTags along with the free mobile app to label your things with a description and other important details, so you can spend less time figuring out what things are, and more time getting things done.
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Sponsor Since: November 18th 2022 Calendar icon.

Website: https://www.wayaround.com/ 🌐️

General Sales & Support: (888) 898-4465 📱️

Business Sales & Support: (888) 898-4465 📱️

Email: connect@wayaround.com 📧️

About: WayAround is the app for your smart device that provides on-demand details about everyday things. The simple tag-and-scan approach lets you quickly and easily identify things around you. It also provides extra details, like how something works or when it expires. The result? Doing more of the things you want, with more confidence and more independence.

All the information you want with just a tap of your phone. No more waiting around to ask someone. You need just two things to get started: The free mobile app for iOS or Android and some of our smart WayTags®.

Accessible labels for the blind, deafblind, and anyone with vision loss. Your biggest problem isn't poor eyesight. It's that so much of the information in the world is visual. But you shouldn't have to wait around for someone else to get the information you need. Or carry around a bulky, outdated device. There is a better way to get accurate and complete information every time. So you can reduce stress and gain independence.

Download The App (Apple): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wayaround-tag-and-scan/id1294361140?mt=8

Download The App (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wayaround.wayaround


Sponsor: Pneuma Solutions


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NSITE works with employers to identify potential candidates who are blind, low-vision, and/or veterans. From there, NSITE assists with accessibility needs, onboarding, and training, then prepares both parties for job placement. Our work does not end there; it continues with ongoing support to accommodate changes in accessible technology and employer requirements.

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Access Information News is the world's leading not-for-profit access information news publication that reaches over 19,000 access professionals, educators and enthusiasts, all over the world, each week.

Access Information refers to informational topics that directly affect the lives of people with disabilities. Access Information includes any and all information related to bettering the lives of people who are blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, neurodivergent and/or disabled.

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Volunteer Publisher Since: November 7th 2022

Location: Mayfield Heights, Ohio

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In addition to serving as Publisher for Access Information News Aaron also serves as Publisher for the Top Tech Tidbits Publication and is also the President and Senior Project Management Professional for Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

As Publisher Aaron oversees the weekly distribution of Access Information News on behalf of Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

Aaron also serves as a Volunteer Editorial Contributor to Access Information News.

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In addition to serving as an Editorial Contributor to Access Information News, John also serves as an Editorial Contributor to the Top Tech Tidbits Publication and is also an attorney-at-law specializing in long-term disability claims for blind and visually impaired persons.

John is also a long-time contractor and member of the Board of Trustees at Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

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In addition to serving as an Editorial Contributor to Access Information News, Jenna also serves as an Editorial Contributor to the Top Tech Tidbits Publication and runs her own advocacy foundation.

Jenna also serves as a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) for Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

Jenna's son was born blind and she is always seeking new and innovative ways to empower him through technology.

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In addition to serving as an Editorial Contributor to Access Information News, David is also the National Commercial Assistive Technology Advisor for Vision Australia where he has worked since 1990. Over this time he has assisted people who are blind or vision impaired in their home, education, and work settings to take advantage of the benefits of using assistive and main stream technology.

In the last seventeen years, he has also been involved with evaluating technology for use by people who are blind or vision impaired covering both low and high tech equipment (including Microsoft, Samsung, Google, Amazon, and Apple). David is also one of the key spokespersons for Vision Australia relating to technology.

He has been an Apple Ambassador for Apple Australia since 2009 with a group of other Ambassadors / Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE)'s covering the range of Apple's Accessibility solutions throughout Australia.

David produces a range of podcasts (since 2011) covering Apple and other technologies which are distributed on his own podcast (http://davidwoodbr.podbean.com). In addition, he also has a regular Talking Tech program (since 2013) which can be heard every Tuesday at 4:30 Eastern Summer Time on Vision Australia Radio Melbourne (available online) or via https://omny.fm/shows/talking-tech-vision-australia-radio

David also runs a weekly Tech Monday where people can chat about assistive and main stream technology, share information, and any tips and tricks.

David lost his sight when he was 8 years old and had to learn Braille. Since then, he completed high school, went to Sydney University receiving a Social Work degree, spent 4 years drug and alcohol counselling, and then moved into his current job.

As a person who is blind, David believes that as a user of the technology that he recommends to others, that he is well situated to look at the strengths and shortcomings of the assistive technology that he comes across in both his professional and personal life, in particular, mainstream technology that is accessible.

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In addition to his weekly contributions to Access Information News, David's regularly occurring activities are his weekly tech radio show, bi-monthly exploring tech webinars for Vision Australia, his iSee podcast when something of note grabs his attention, and the weekly Tech Monday chat sessions.

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