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Courtney DeLaura - Feb 26, 2015
The audio accessible book typically uses a professional narrator to read text heard on a CD. Users navigate through sections of the audio using index tones. With the popularity of textbooks on CDs, this is the most cost effective and efficient way to provide access to information in audio format.
Andy Keyworth - Feb 23, 2015

Offering online communications that are accessible is of tremendous importance for organizations in order for them to communicate with their blind, low vision and print disabled customers. By making your online properties accessible (ensuring full compliance with web accessibility guidelines outlined in WCAG 2.0 published by the World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C), you’re ensuring all visitors receive company messaging and can take full advantage of any opportunities online.

Aquinas Pather - Feb 20, 2015

We are often asked questions about how schools can make their learning materials more accessible to blind, low vision, and print disabled students. One of the common questions we are asked by our customers is how to properly utilize tactile graphics in learning materials, and why they are so important in accessible education.

Courtney DeLaura - Feb 17, 2015

We are often asked by our customers if legislation of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to websites. 

Deanna White - Feb 16, 2015

Over the course of 2014, we fielded hundreds of questions from customers about communicating accessibly, so we’ve decided to dedicate our blog to sharing that information with a new theme for 2015 called ‘Ask T-Base’.

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