Building access

The new CRPD 2012 ICT Accessibility Progress Report is out, and I thought some folks might find it interesting.  A quotation from the report that relates to a point I was making in my presentation about access caught my attention: “80.4 percent of States Parties do not have mandatory training programs (at universities, vocational schools, etc.) for future professionals about digital accessibility for persons with disabilities.”  I am not suggesting that training be mandatory, but I would like to see faculty, staff, and administrations working with the DHers to build access.
You can read an overview of the report  and download a PFD of the entire report at the bottom of the page at the following URL :



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