Tag Archive: Accessibility
By Shani Murray. Informatics researchers are currently leading two accessible technology projects: one targeting children with neuro-developmental disorders, and the other targeting older adults and people with vision impairments through a partnership with Toyota.
Two current projects led by researchers…
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By Yvonne Tevis. Did you know images in a website or document need “alt tags” to be accessible? Or that links should never be “here” or “read more?”
Find out how and why through two new tip sheets from Siteimprove.
Getting Started with the Basics
By Mark Cianca and Yvonne Tevis.
- Diversity and Inclusion Get the Spotlight
The UC IT community is focusing on diversity from all angles. A new “Diversifying the IT Culture” track boasted 16 sessions at our big annual…
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Children with severe disabilities, serious cognitive impairments and medically complex situations require more specialized health care during their lifetimes. But establishing a consistent way to identify their overall health needs and measure progress in meeting those needs has been an…
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By Yvonne Tevis.
Just a few blocks from Disneyland, the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference – the largest annual accessibility conference in the country – concluded its 34th year last week. Hosted by Cal State Northridge, the conference attracts a global…
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By Yvonne Tevis.
Imagine if you were blocked from using the Internet – no websites, no shopping, no apps, no Uber… How frustrating would that be? How would you get anything done?
That’s the experience people with disabilities can have….
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By Todd McGill. Released via GitHub on July 27, 2018, the YouTube Caption Audit is a distributable web application that reports uncaptioned public videos for a given YouTube channel.
Surprisingly, this is not something that can be done within the…
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By Yvonne Tevis. Website accessibility just got a bit easier at UC.
You probably already know that everything we put online – from websites, to PDFs, to images – needs to be accessible. That means it must be designed so people…
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