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The University of Minnesota Computer Accommodations Program - a partnership 
of Disability Services and the Office of Information Technology -  is 
pleased to announce the release of a new online accessibility resource.  Let 
accessibility.umn.edu be your one stop for.

  a.. Creating accessible documents, presentations, and multimedia.
  b.. Taking a universal design approach to teaching with centrally 
supported technology.
  c.. Developing Web content for users with a variety of learning styles, 
devices and adaptive technologies.
  d.. Seeking information on accessibility related federal and Minnesota 
state laws, university policies, and international Web guidelines.
  e.. Satisfying curiosity about adaptive technologies, what they do and how 
they work.
Visit http://accessibility.umn.edu today!




Philip M Kragnes, M.S.
Computer Accommodations Program
University of Minnesota
McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street SE, Suite 180
Minneapolis, MN 55455-2002
P: 612-626-0365
F: 612-626-9654
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