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Online Accessibility: Must Old Content Be Made Accessible?

In this day and age, no matter what business you’re in, it’s crucial that all users can easily access and navigate your website—text, video, images, everything. The purpose of your website is to offer information to customers and prospective customers, including people who are blind, print-restricted and those who have low vision.

Andy Keyworth - Dec 09, 2015

What you need to know about web accessibility compliance levels: A, AA, and AAA

Ensuring your online content is accessible to all online users should be a key component in your business plan. The legislation backing online compliance can seem a little daunting; sort of like learning a foreign language. Our Online Accessibility and Product Development Specialist, Andy Keyworth, breaks down the three levels of compliance found in The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.

Andy Keyworth - Dec 03, 2015

Is it relatively simple to make an online document accessible?

The progressive movement towards an accessible North America has pushed for legislation and awareness related to reducing barriers for persons with disabilities in the United States and Canada. Increasingly public and private sectors are concerned about making their information accessible to people who are blind, deaf-blind, and partially sighted.

Andy Keyworth - Nov 04, 2015

Is your municipal website accessible to the public?

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 - Oct 02, 2015

What is Accessible Math?

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 accessible math.  Andy Keyworth, Web Accessibility Specialist at T-Base, explains what accessible math is.

Andy Keyworth - Sep 28, 2015

5 considerations when ensuring your online learning content is accessible

Many educational institutions provide online learning in order to accommodate all students and their pursuit of a higher education. But are online learning platforms accessible for students who are blind, deaf-blind, or partially sighted?

We received this question at our booth in Minnesota at this year’s AHEAD 2015 conference, and brought it back to our headquarters to have Senior Web Accessibility Specialist Andy Keyworth share his knowledge:

Andy Keyworth - Sep 16, 2015

3 key ways to improve web accessibility for your students

During our time at AHEAD 2015, we received several questions regarding accessibility in the classroom and the ways in which educators can make curriculum accessible online. One such question was, “What resources do you provide for web-based physics courses?” Plenty, in fact! Andy Keyworth, T-Base Communication’s web accessibility specialist, shares his knowledge. 

Andy Keyworth - Aug 21, 2015

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