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Mike Hadfield - Oct 07, 2015

It is officially October, which means right now students are swamped with readings before midterms. These days many students are turning to e-books to study (and read leisurely!). It is no surprise then that we were recently asked whether there is a character limit when converting copy into an accessible e-book. Mike Hadfield, our Director of Operations at T-Base, has the answer.

Andy Keyworth - Oct 02, 2015

Every government website serves as a hub for information in order to better inform visitors. No matter the department or municipality, online visitors rely on government websites to obtain accurate and time sensitive information. And increasingly, the public is going online to obtain information and services from their municipalities. This includes visitors across all demographics.

Andy Keyworth - Sep 28, 2015

In this day and age, with more and more classes being online versus in the classroom, it’s important that websites be accessible for students who are blind or with low vision. One way to ensure courses involving math are accessible is with MathML markup.  Andy Keyworth, Web Accessibility Specialist at T-Base, explains what MathML is.

Jessica Blouin - Sep 22, 2015

Large corporations and educational institutions strive each year to keep their annual budgets below the maximum and definitely not to exceed it. This may include attempting to create in-house accessible documents, more specifically, tactile graphics, to cut costs.

Aquinas Pather - Sep 17, 2015

It’s back-to-school season, and there’s no better time than the present to ensure you, first, understand what your students need to succeed and, second, make sure they have those resources. For students in North America who have a visual disability, braille textbooks are a fundamental resource—something they must have in order to understand the curriculum and complete their studies.


Ask T-Base provides the ability for you to ask us anything related to communicating accessibly with your blind and low vision customers. #asktbase