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American with Disabilities Act (ADA) | Blind and Print Disabilities | Deaf | Universal Access | Virtual Accessibility American with Disabilities Act (ADA) ADA.Gov -- The page includes information on Law/Regulations, Design Standards, Technical Assistance Materials, and Enforcement The ADA National Network.
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Web Accessibility InitiativeThis page explores the wide diversity of people and abilities. It highlights some web accessibility barriers that people commonly experience because of inaccessible websites and web tools
ACRL Keeping up with.... Universal Design For LearningIncorporating UDL means committing to making sure library instruction is available to all students. Every library instruction can benefit from incorporating aspects of UDL. It's an ongoing process, and doing something is better than doing nothing.