Our mission is to enable the community of accessible technology experts, advocates, and users to build an online community and collection of open education resources that can improve universal learning by facilitating the contribution and sharing of accessible technology information, expertise, and accessible online teaching and learning materials.
California State University, MERLOT, Open Education Consortium, and the National Federation of the Blind are working together to support building an open community of educators who can contribute their expertise on accessible technology. We welcome every organization to join our federated community and use MERLOT's open educational services to improve the quality and effectiveness of accessible technologies for all.
Students with disabilities at degree-granting post-secondary institutions (PDF) by the National Center for Educational Statistics (Oct. 18, 2011)
Report of the ARL Joint Task Force on Services to Patrons With Print Disabilities (PDF) by Mary Case (Chair), Cynthia Archer, Nancy Baker, John Harwood, Sarah Hawthorne, Kurt Herzer, Tito Sierra, Ed Van Gemert, Tom Wall, with ARL Staff Liaisaons: Prue Adler, Judy Ruttenberg (Nov. 2, 2012)
Open CourseWare Consortium Newsletter:
OER and Accessibility
University presidents, CIOs, and other IT leaders discuss the importance of IT accessibility on college campuses.
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