AI and digital accessibility In today’s technology-driven world, Artificial Intelligence (AI) constantly improves and expands into new industries. In fact, people commonly use AI as a tool in their everyday lives for things like checking the grammar of an email, unlocking phones through facial recognition software, or using a navigation app to find the fastest… Continue Reading Is AI the Silver Bullet of Accessibility?
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, e-learning has become a standard for higher learning education. Yet many students living with disabilities find themselves in the position of troubleshooting their own accessibility needs. This can diminish their learning experience and exclude them. Here’s our Accessibility Team’s quick list of ways you can create a more accessible, inclusive e-learning… Continue Reading Tips on Accessible E-Learning
By: Kate Olson (WeCo Administrative Assistant) It’s difficult to have a healthy self-image when walking into a room full of people can trigger anxiety. I have encountered enough uncertainty with my hearing abilities to know that I should be prepared for confusion and embarrassment, on my part as well as the person speaking with me.… Continue Reading Striving to Hear in a Digital World
Part of the reason I was interested in entering the field of web and electronic accessibility was the believe that my years of experience using computers and the internet while living with a motor skill-related disability could be put to use for the benefit of others. Imagine my surprise, then, when I learned I didn’t… Continue Reading When the Assistive Device is No Assistive Device