Furthering Digital Accessibility: An Ongoing Journey

This is a guest post by Harriette L. Spiegel, Ph.D, a Fulbright Canada 2020-2021 Scholar and Research Chair, who is here at Saint Mary’s from the University of Tennessee at Martin studying digital accessibility. Before laws were passed regarding digital accessibility (in the U.S. we have the Americans With Disabilities Act or ADA, Section 508Continue reading “Furthering Digital Accessibility: An Ongoing Journey”

Furthering Digital Accessibility: 3 Tips for Making your Content More Accessible

This is a guest post by Harriette L. Spiegel, Ph.D, a Fulbright Canada 2020-2021 Scholar and Research Chair, who is here at Saint Mary’s from the University of Tennessee at Martin studying digital accessibility. Inaccessible computer output = a brick wall. Let’s talk about students (or any computer users) who experience inaccessible computer output. ItContinue reading “Furthering Digital Accessibility: 3 Tips for Making your Content More Accessible”

Furthering Digital Accessibility: Exploring Pathways to Reaching Full Awareness

We are honoured to feature a guest post by Harriette L. Spiegel, Ph.D, a Fulbright Canada 2020-2021 Scholar and Research Chair, who is here at Saint Mary’s from the University of Tennessee at Martin studying digital accessibility. Why does it matter if my computing output is accessible? The answer is, of course, “because it does.”Continue reading “Furthering Digital Accessibility: Exploring Pathways to Reaching Full Awareness”