Group seeks national tech accessibility standards for higher education

07/14/2013 | USA Today

The National Federation of the Blind is working with lawmakers to introduce a bill aimed at developing national standards so that technology used in higher education would be accessible to individuals with vision impairments. Such rules could mean that students would not have to go through colleges' disability services departments to obtain support in order to access technology-based content.

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